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Thu April 17, 2014
Outdoorsman on 'Transformative Places' Ahead of MSU Talk
Outdoorsman, author, Murray native and Maryville College professor, Kim Trevathan speaks at Murray State University tonight (April 17) at 6:30 about his journeys on America's waterways. He visits Sounds Good for a preview of his talk, titled "Transformative Places" and addresses the questions of how we determine what constitutes beauty in a landscape and how we make decisions regarding preservation and development.
Kim Trevathan speaks in the Jones Auditorium of the Jones Chemistry Building on the Murray State campus at 6:30 p.m.
Kim Trevathan is the author of "Paddling the Tennessee River: A Voyage on Easy Water," "Coldhearted River: A Canoe Odyssey down the Cumberland," and most recently "Liminal Zones: Where Lakes End and Rivers Begin." Originally from Murray, Kentucky, he teaches at Maryville College in east Tennessee.