In One Place: The Natural History of a Georgia Farmer
Many years ago Janisse helped a beloved friend, the naturalist and farmer Milton N. Hopkins, Jr. collect and edit essays that he wrote in the evenings from his farmhouse near Osierfield, Ga. (Fitzgerald was the nearest larger town.) Milton had studied with Eugene Odum, the father of ecology, and was tremendously fascinated by natural history. He was an excellent birder. He was a contributing member of the Georgia Ornithological Society and many other natural history organizations. But his stories are of life in rural Georgia beginning in the 1930s. Janisse wrote the Introduction to this book, which was originally published by Saltmarsh Press, then operating on St. Simons Island, Ga. A number of these books have recently become available to Janisse. They are HARDBACK & collector's items.