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About the Author

Author Info

Eddee Daniel is a Milwaukee-based photographer, writer, and arts educator. His work focuses on the intersection of nature and culture. He has served on the boards of Milwaukee Riverkeeper, Friends of the Hank Aaron State Trail, and Preserve Our Parks. He curates a website and blog, The Natural Realm, for Preserve Our Parks at awealthofnature.org. He has been an artist in residence in unusual venues, including Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley; University of Wisconsin's Trout Lake Field Station, in Boulder Junction, Wisconsin; Alto Cayma Mission, in Arequipa, Peru; and Milwaukee's Harbor District. This book is a culmination of his artist residency with ARTservancy and RRF in the Milwaukee River Greenway. Previous books include Urban Wilderness: Exploring a Metropolitan Watershed, The Milwaukee County Grounds: Island of Hope, A Year in the Valley: Witnessing Menomonee Valley Revitalization, Wisconsin's Last Wilderness, Seeing Peru: Layered Realities, and Hard Ecology: Rethinking Nature in an Abstract Landscape. Author website: eddeedaniel.com.