It began as a revelation in the wilderness. Medora Woods, a Minneapolis psychoanalyst, was wandering in the forest of northern Canada on what she describes as a vision quest--40 solitary hours to commune with the trees. At some point during the experience, she had an epiphany: Americans have lost touch with the natural world. "We forget that this highly urbanized and mechanized human lifestyle is a tiny instant in the millennia of human history," she later wrote... More >>>