Pepper Trail

Writers on the Range

Pepper Trail is a biologist and writer who roams the Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion from his home in Ashland, Oregon. His environmental essays have appeared in High Country News and on southern Oregon’s Jefferson Public Radio, and have been included in several anthologies, including A Road Runs Through It: Reviving Wild Places, edited by Annie Proulx and Thomas Peterson. His poetry collection, Cascade-Siskiyou: Poems was a finalist for the 2016 Oregon Book Award.

Stories by Pepper Trail

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