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Horse Sense and Nonsense: A Survival Guide for Horse Lovers by Jean Abernethy Cindy Hale
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 7.25" Height: 5.5" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Mar 30, 2007
Publisher BowTie Press
ISBN 1931993947 ISBN13 9781931993944 UPC 731360939470
Availability 0 units.
More About Cindy Hale & Jean Abernethy
Cindy Hale is a research scientist and environmental educator with the University of Minnesota Duluth. Cindy began her career as an ecologist in the early 1980s and has studied an eclectic variety of organisms including prairie plants, wolves and Spotted Owls but she eventually settled on forest ecology doing research in old-growth and managed hardwood forests of the Great Lakes region. She was seduced by exotic earthworms when she realize what a big impact they were having on forest communities. The Great Lakes Worm Watch program is the result of her common interests in communicating research findings to the public and offering meaningful citizen science opportunities for those interested in exploring the Great Lakes forest ecosystems. Using her more than fifteen years of environmental education experience, Cindy has trained over 500 teachers and environmental educators in sampling and identifying earthworms and how earthworm invasions affect forest ecosystems. She lives up the shore from Duluth, in Clover Valley, with her husband Jeff and daughter May.
Reviews - What do customers think about Horse Sense and Nonsense: A Survival Guide for Horse Lovers?
Just What I Expected Dec 30, 2007
This book was filled with humor that I've come to associate with Cindy Hale. I've hungrily read every article she's ever written in Horse Illustrated and laughed along with them all. This short little book full of humor about the horse world and the crazy people in it was just what I expected. Sometimes it wasn't quite as funny, but on most pages I was chuckling. Only people who own, train, ride, or watch horses could understand this sort of humor, but those of us who are lucky enough to be in that world can relate to it all.