Tag Archives: Richard Speedy

Sanctuary in the Pine Barrens

New Jersey may be the most densely populated state, but it’s also home to the largest tract of undeveloped land between Florida and Maine. At 1.1 million acres and covering 1,875 miles, the New Jersey Pine Barrens occupies almost a … Continue reading

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Dancing Under the Moon

The Sierra Tarahumara in Northern Mexico is one of the most unspoiled areas of wilderness left in the world today. “Words like mystical, powerful and haunting… don’t describe what it feels like to be here,” writes Richard Speedy. “Vast and … Continue reading

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