Last month, UNC Press author of Saving the Wild South Georgann Eubanks and Cynthia Kaufman held a conversation for the 33rd annual Southern Festival of Books. Georgann and Cynthia share how to preserve disappearing fauna and take a more active role in combating climate change at the local level. Climate change headlines tell of devastating floods and wildfires, but there are important grassroots stories to share as well. This event was part of the festival’s “Environments” track, which was in partnership with the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities at Vanderbilt University.
Eubanks is also teaching a class with Donna Campbell at North Carolina’s Writers’ Network Fall 2021 Conference. Click here to learn more about the conference!
Georgann Eubanks is a writer and Emmy-winning documentarian. Her most recent book is The Month of Their Ripening: North Carolina Heritage Foods through the Year.