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Topic - péter stark
Near the end of "The Last Empty Spaces," he quotes an old man he overhears talking in Missoula, Mont., where Mr. Stark and his family live.
He notes that one of his naturalist heroes, Aldo Leopold, traveled to Germany in the 1930s to view government-operated forests.