Mary Lou and John Tanton: A Journey Into American Conservation


Author:  John F. Rohe



This is the story of John and Mary Lou Tanton, who grew up on Michigan farms and went on to become environmental activists, first at the local and state levels, and eventually to national leadership in the ecological movement. The author traces the logical expansion of their interests to the issues of population growth, planned parenthood, immigration policy, and preservation of America’s language and culture. (softcover, 278 pages)