Worth More Growing

Edited by Christine Lowther

Worth More Growing
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In Worth More Growing, youth, from kindergarten through grade twelve, share their love and respect for trees. Speaking to our changing climate, this new generation of old-growth defenders express their observations, anger, kinship, hope and sorrow. This unique anthology includes ... Read more


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In Worth More Growing, youth, from kindergarten through grade twelve, share their love and respect for trees. Speaking to our changing climate, this new generation of old-growth defenders express their observations, anger, kinship, hope and sorrow. This unique anthology includes a wide range of voices—Indigenous, settler, immigrant, and even international youth. Worth More Growing is a necessary anthology highlighting the importance of nature to a generation that will experience the ongoing consequences of climate change.

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“Open Worth More Growing and you’ll enter the woods as well as the minds of these imaginative young writers as they look up at firs taller than their Dad, cedars with holes for squirrels, branches tickled by wind. They’re keeping an eye on clearcuts and concrete where a tree once stood. ‘We need to stand up for what keeps us alive’ (Rio Green)”

—Cornelia Hoogland, co-author of Cosmic Bowling, a collaboration with Ted Goodden (Guernica, 2020)

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