One Book 2023-2024: Environmental Justice & No Country for Eight-Spot Butterflies: A Lyric Essay

Activism in the Pacific Northwest

"The first step to growing a global heart is letting it break into hundreds of pieces" 

-Julian Aguon, from in No Country for Eight-Spot Butterflies: A Lyric Essay
(cited below)

Featured Resources by Source Type: Washington State & the PNW

Local Environmental & Government Organizations

Local Opportunities & Volunteering 

Featured Videos

There are some DVDs you can check out from the library on environmental topics as well. The links here, however, are largely for online videos as there are so many great organizations with content. Streaming education films can also be searched in the database Films on Demand, linked in the "Digging Deeper in Your Research" tab of this guide, or from the library's homepage.

Source: "State of the Sound: Protecting the ecosystem of Puget Sound" by King 5, is licensed under a Standard YouTube License.

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Sources used on this page: 

Aguon, J. (2022). Nirmal Hriday. In No country for eight-spot
     butterflies: A lyric essay (pp. 51-53). Astra House.


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