This book by Stephanie Mills (Whatever Happened to Ecology?) is a soul-stirring book about caring for and healing the good earth. Mills starts at home on her 35-acre home in Michigan. She outlines her devotional attempt to know the place and to forge a relationship with the land and all that is on it. Mills then describes five restoration projects including one in Chicago and another one nearby emphasizing prairie restoration, the University of Wisconsin in Madison's arboretum, an effort in Northern California to create conditions favorable for salmon, and a reforestation project in India. Mills makes a convincing case that restoring and reinhabiting damaged land is "a proper and necessary vocation for all twenty-first century people."