Stephen Grace

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Stephen Grace is the award-winning author of many books, including "Dam Nation: How Water Shaped the West and Will Determine Its Future" and "Grow: Stories from the Urban Food Movement." He is a naturalist and shipboard science educator based in Port Townsend and is leading an effort to preserve the Quimper Lost Wilderness, one of the last stands of old-growth rainshadow forest on the Olympic Peninsula. For more on this effort, and to check out his writing and photography, visit https://www.tidesandtrails.org

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