Part one of his book is a collection of 45 new poems about the many ways we interact with this free-flowing river, named America's First National River. Part two includes tips on discovering one's inner poet, along with suggestions on using poetry for interpreting our cultural heritage.
LaPage, a resident of Holiday Island, is an international consultant for park system administration, funding, and partnership building. He has worked with the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development, providing assistance to national park systems in Eastern Europe, Central America, and the Caribbean and has worked with outdoor recreation planners in South Africa.
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