Nelsonite Paul Saso is the author of a new book that illuminates the lives of twelve extraordinary Kootenay residents. Believing in the power of community and positive change, he is donating half of the proceeds of his book to both Wildsight’s education programs and Kootenay Lake’s Tipi Camp. I recently sat down with him to chat about changing the world, life paths and an enduring love of the wild. Lindsay : You wrote a book! Paul : Sure did. It took about eight years but it finally made it. Lindsay : Congratulations. So now that it’s done, what do you hope will happen through the sharing of these stories? Pau l: I really hope that people who read the book will learn from each person featured and that they will be inspired by them. I hope that it will improve people’s lives and understanding of the world, and help them to live well, follow their dreams and passions. I also hope to improve the lives of kids in our community through donating to Wildsight’s programs and sponsoring kids to attend Tipi Camp. Basically this project is intended to save the world. Lindsay : Low-reaching goals for Paul Saso (laughs). […]