Adventuring while female: why the relationship women have with nature matters

Going camping alone, I was reminded that the great works of environmentalist female writers are often overlooked and its our loss Its Monday in the Adirondack state park. Im driving through little towns, passing junk stores, lumber businesses, small cafes and adventure outfitters. I have heard people call this part of New York state poverty with a view. The Adirondacks are a collision of hardship and wealth, but mostly wilderness. Six million acres of it. Its almost LaBastille Day, and …