T. A. Barron is interviewed by the Izaak Walton League of America for their Outdoor America publication.
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Check out this T. A. Barron interview by Elizabeth Bird that originally appeared at SLJ.com.
T. A. Barron supports Save the Redwoods – read his supporter profile to learn why.
I am thrilled to share this article I wrote for the Aug/Sept 2017 edition of National Geographic Traveler magazine.
EMA interviews conservationist and author T. A. Barron about the 25th anniversary of “The Ancient One”, life, the environment, and what the future has in store.
From Middle-Earth’s talking “Ents” to the car-destroying Whomping Willow, we’re taking a look the most famous trees in fiction.
Are there any ways to enlighten as well as empower young people to help protect the air, land, water, and creatures of the Earth?
Elizabeth Varadan covers a variety of topics in this interview with T. A. Barron.
T. A. Barron’s passion for children and nature as well as the need for strong examples of heroism led him to write the book The Hero’s Trail.
While doing research for The Merlin Effect, T. A. Barron became aware of how little had been written about Merlin’s youth.