The Trespasser’s Companion

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‘The Trespasser’s Companion’ is a short, celebratory and urgent book about the land and our access to it. It is a call to adventure, a love letter to nature and, because in England we are excluded from 94% of the land, a gently seditious guide to trespass. With brilliant immediacy Nick Hayes shows how we can reclaim our lost connection to the land. From how to play in nature to how to leave no trace, this is an inspiring handbook to take out in your pocket. The book also features a host of passionate and expert environmental contributors including Robert Macfarlane and Guy Shrubsole. This companion echoes the travel guides of yesteryear with beautiful woodcuts integrated throughout.

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The Trespasser’s Companion is a rallying cry for greater public access to nature and a gently seditious guide to how to get it: by trespassing. We may be excluded from the majority of our land, no less than 92% in England, but bestselling nature writer and trespasser Nick Hayes shows how we can reclaim our lost connection. By engaging with the land through craft and learning and by caring for it, our relationship with the countryside will be better for us, and better for nature.Interwoven are testimonials from expert contributors – farmers and landworkers, activists and authors – each with deeply personal stories of what a connection to nature means for them. With exquisite woodcut illustrations throughout, this is both a love letter to nature and a call to action.

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Dimensions 23.4 × 15.3 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Hardback

Pages

288

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

333.30942 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K

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