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This online exhibition is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.


Early Spring: Henry Thoreau and Climate Change
 was an exhibition in the Wallace Kane Gallery at the Concord Museum from April 12, 2013 to September 15, 2013

Early Spring Resource Team
William Brumback, Conservation Director,
New England Wild Flower Society
Gary Clayton, Vice President for Conservation Programs,
Massachusetts Audubon Society
Libby Ellwood, Ecologist
Jayne Gordon, Director of Education and Public Programs,
Massachusetts Historical Society
Linda Harrar, Independent Executive Director and Producer
Caroline Polgar, Primack Lab, Boston University
Laura Dassow Walls, Professor of English, University of Notre Dame
Leslie Perrin Wilson, Curator, William Munroe Special
Collections at the Concord Free Public Library

Andy Wood, Coastal Plain Conservation Group


Early Spring: Henry Thoreau and Climate Change was made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services
and
Anonymous
Forrest and Marcie Berkley

Many thanks to Guest Scholar Richard Primack, Boston University

Institutional Lenders to the Exhibition
Harvard University Herbaria
Louisa May Alcott Memorial Association
The Morgan Library & Museum, New York
New England Botanical Club
William Munroe Special Collections at the Concord Free Public Library

Individual Lenders to the Exhibition
D’Anne Bodman and Harvey Nosowitz, Cherrie Corey, Rosita Corey,
Libby Ellwood, Sally Searles Ferbert, Sam Jaffe, Abe Miller-Rushing,
Caroline Polgar, Richard Primack

Contributing Photographers
Cherrie CoreyTim LamanLarry WarfieldAlice Wellington, David Bohl, Robert Cheney, Vernon Doucette, Libby EllwoodGo BotanySam Jaffe, Abe Miller-Rushing, Nora Murphy, Caroline PolgarRichard PrimackProject BudBurst

Sound Specialist
Kezia Simister

Film Production
Six One Seven Studios

Background photo credit: Alice Wellington