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Zed and reinvented themselves in the wake of climate change and how they continued to cultivate respect and belonging in their community Leap conducted interviews with residents and participated in various community events to explore how they reimagine their relationships with each other as well as their community’s relationship with the environment even as they wish the geese would return

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Gone Goose

Sumner MO pop 102 near the Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge proclaims itself “The Wild Goose Capital of the World” It even displays Maxie the World’s largest goose a 40 foot tall fiberglass statue with a wingspan stretching than 60 feet But while the 200000 Canada geese that spent their falls and winters at Swan Lake helped generate millions of dollars for the local economy with hunt

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Ing and the annual Goose Festival climate change as well as environmental and land use issues have caused the birds to disappear The economic loss of the geese and the activities they inspired served as key building blocks in the rural identities residents had developed and treasuredIn his timely and topical book Gone Goose Braden Leap observes how members of this rural town adapted reorgani The Abduction The Sa Tskir Brothers Chronicles key building blocks in the rural identities residents had developed and treasuredIn his timely and topical book Gone Goose Braden Leap observes how members of this rural town adapted reorgani