Literacy Matters Vol 24 Winter 2024

Roberts, J. D. (2023, 1 February). Featured voices: Blood on the leaves. Earth in Color.

Thomsen, J. M., Powell, R. B., & Monz, C. (2018). A systematic review of the physical and mental health benefits of wildland recreation. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration , 36 , pp. 123-148. V36-I1-8095 White, E. (1999). Black women and the wilderness. In L. Anderson, S. Slovic, & J. P. O’Grady (Eds.), Literature and the environment (pp. 316-320). The Longman Literature and Culture Series. Addison-Wesley Educational Publishers, Inc. (Original work published 1995). Wynn-Grant, R. (Host). (2022, November 8). A chicken saved my life [Audio podcast episode]. In Going Wild with Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant . PBS. https://www.pbs. org/wnet/nature/podcast/a-chicken-saved-my-life/

Schellhas, J. (2002). Race, ethnicity, and natural resources in the United States: A review. Natural Resources Journal , 42 (4), 723- 763. https://digitalrepository.unm. edu/nrj/vol42/iss4/3/

Schoolcraft, J. J. (2020). To the pine tree . Academy of American Poets.

Shores, K., Scott, D., & Floyd, M. F. (2007). Constraints to outdoor recreation: A multiple hierarchy stratification perspective. Leisure Sciences , 29 (3), pp. 227–246.

Silverstein, S. (1964). The giving tree . Harper Collins.

Yang, K. K. (2021). From the tops of trees (R. Wada, Illus.). Carolrhoda Books.

Stanger, S. (Host). (2023, April 25). Greening our cities with Cecile Konijnendijk [Audio podcast episode]. In Wild Ideas Worth Living . Uncommon Path. REI. https://

Yeats, W. B. (1890). Lake isle of Innisfree . Poetry Foundation. https://www.

Literacy Matters General Articles

Young, P. S. (2021). Camping Grounds: Public Nature in American Life from the Civil War to the Occupy Movement . Oxford University Press

Steinbeck, J. (1937). Of mice and men . Bantam Books.

The Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences. (2021, March 24). Aimee Nezhukumatathil discusses “World of Wonders,”Asian American representation in environmental writing. nezhukumatathil-discusses-world-wonders-asian-american-representation environmental

S Kristie Camp is a National Board-certified instructor who has taught secondary English language arts at Gaffney High School for 26 years. She is currently a doctoral candidate studying language and literacy at the University of South Carolina in the Wardlaw College of Education. Her research interests center on outdoor literacy lessons with teens.

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