Reviews of “The Earth's Blanket”
“[Turner’s] writing is as accessible as it is fluid, and the book functions almost as an academic narrative. …The Earth’s Blanket is a journey through cultural history and will undoubtedly inspire all who read it. First Nations culture is rich with connections to the land and provides a blueprint for sustainability that must become central to the way we see our world… [Turner] shows how concepts of wealth and value must change – not only for the Earth to survive, but for people to regain a sense of place and community.”
Martlet: University of Victoria's Independend Newspaper, Dec 14, 2007Read more about The Earth's Blanket >>
“Scholarly in its thinking but accessible in its writing, The Earth’s Blanket combines first-person research with insightful critiques of Western concepts of environmental management… and has the power to transform our way of thinking about Earth and our place on it.”
Branches of Light, Mar 1, 2007Read more about The Earth's Blanket >>
"Turner presents an affectionate and lyrical portrait of aboriginal people who persist in resource-management practices that have been sadly overlooked. It is a "book of ideas," as it claims, but it is also a book of stories and philosophy and an encounter with people, life ways, folklore, resourse-use intelligence, and that overworked term wisdom."
Georgia Straight, Apr 20, 2006Read more about The Earth's Blanket >>