Pine Whispers: The Biography and Writings of Marguerite Gahagan
Marguerite Mary Gahagan (June 22, 1907 – January 4, 1997) was an award-winning journalist, author, and conservationist. She wrote, edited and published The Northwoods Call, a small weekly newspaper that quickly became an influential conservation publication in the state of Michigan. Marguerite took the approach of an investigative journalist when reporting environmental issues around the north woods of Michigan. She operated the paper by herself for nearly 16 years, and her dedication to conservation communications has been recognized by Time Magazine, the National Wildlife Federation, and the Association for Women in Communications. This legacy continues on in the form of Marguerite Gahagan Nature Preserve, located at Marguerite's former estate in Roscommon, Michigan.
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