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Family Songs for Sam By Frederick W. Schueler
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Family songs and poems are one of the finest traditions - but as other family traditions sometimes do, they can slip away between generations. This is a Christmas gift to our grandson Samuel... More > Tanner, but we hope that you will find them charming too, and readable to children and grandchildren. Originating through oral tradition, beginning in Sam's Grandpa Schueler's childhood, and spanning the growing years of Sam's mother Jennifer, this little book is Illustrated with fanciful pencil sketches by Sam's Gramma Deeta (Aleta Karstad).< Less
Feasting on Conolophus to the conclusion of consanguinity: A collection of Darwinian verses By Frederick W. Schueler
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Fred Schueler has been writing poetry since his teens, when he was told by a classmate that he was already an "old man". This little book of poetry distills forty years of his reflection on... More > the paradox of "nature red in tooth and claw," producing evolution as a free gift of ecological processes - and parallels with the hypothesis-sacrificing scientific method, and the religious ethic of "love thy neighbour as thyself." Here you will find humour, whimsy, surprising metaphors, and a depth of knowledge that will challenge you to look a few things up, to enter more fully into the beauty and complexity of the world of the scientific poet.< Less
Landscape, progress toward a philosophy of sustainable occupancy By Aleta Karstad & Frederick W. Schueler
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This is a collection of essays and other documents relevant to understanding human occupancy of a rural municipality in Eastern Ontario. The first essay explicitly deals with local land-use... More > planning, the next with two local species that indicate the need for such planning, and the middle seven with reflections on the current Ontario system of land-use and ecological principles relevant to particular organisms or habitats. Then The Lawn Care Manual draws lessons from government strictures on ecological planning, and applies them to the immediate surroundings of a homesite. Next is an ecology of the Kemptville Creek drainage basin, a philosophical essay, and the book concludes with a critique of a Counties' sustainability study, and a hymn of praise to mud. We hope that this collection will be useful to residents, municipal Councils, agencies, and non-governmental organizations. We dedicate it to all those with the fortitude to challenge the “system” on behalf of ecological integrity.< Less
Island of Biodiversity By Aleta Karstad et al.
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In the tradition of the Group of Seven but with the eye of a naturalist, Aleta Karstad paints the Canadian landscape au plein air. While Aleta paints, her biologist husband Fred Schueler makes a... More > scientific survey of the surrounding area, giving special attention to species which many people overlook, but which contribute to the balance of biodiversity. Their journals are blended in the story which accompanies each painting. Candice Vetter is a freelance writer and journalist who lives in North Russell. She has been fascinated by the unique features of the red shale hill since first calling it her home 20 years ago. Their collaboration in pictures and words illuminates the histories—of the rock and soil, people and nature—of this distinctive feature of eastern Ontario.< Less

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