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Edge of Morning

by Jacqueline Keeler

In support of tribal efforts to protect the Bears Ears, Native writers bear testimony to the fragile and essential nature of this sacred landscape in America’s remote red rock country. Through poem and essay,...


Best Places to Bird in British Columbia

by Richard Cannings & Russell Cannings

In this unique guidebook that will appeal to novice and experienced birders alike, the authors of acclaimed Birdfinding in British Columbia explore their 30 favorite birding sites in the diverse landscape of...


Just Cool It!

by David Suzuki & Ian Hanington

Climate change is the most important crisis humanity has faced, but we still confront huge barriers to resolving it. So, what do we do, and is there hope for humanity? The problem itself is complex, and there’s...


Is Santa Canadian?

by Elizabeth Riddell-Dixon & John English

  • A complete, clear, and definitive guide to the competitive sphere of Arctic sovereignty and resource ownership — the new frontier for the 21st century
  • Author is a policy expert in the subject matter, former...


Disaster Survival Guide – Be Prepared for Any Natural Disaster

by Federal Emergency Management Agency

Preparedness takes action! Learn more about hazards which can affect your community and ways you can take action to prepare and participate: Earthquakes can occur suddenly and be deadly. Most earthquake-related...


Inside the Inferno: A Firefighter's Story of the Brotherhood that Saved Fort McMurray

by Damian Asher & Omar Mouallem

An action-packed, on-the-ground memoir of the Fort McMurray wildfire and the courage, resilience, and sacrifice of the firefighters who saved the city.

In May 2016, what began as a remote forest fire quickly...


Adapt: How Humans Are Tapping into Nature's Secrets to Design and Build a Better Future

by Amina Khan

Amina Khan believes that nature does it best. In Adapt, she presents fascinating examples of how nature effortlessly solves the problems that humans attempt to solve with decades worth of the latest and greatest...


Jawsome Shark Quizzes

by Karen Chu

Perfect for shark fans of any age, this is the ultimate trivia collection on everything shark

For one week every summer you become consumed by shark facts, videos, and stories. But how much do you really know...


A Sweet, Wild Note

by Richard Smyth

The first cultural history of one of our nation’s enduring pleasures: birdsong


Where the Water Goes: Life and Death Along the Colorado River

by David Owen

A downstream adventure into the heart of one of America’s most important water systems examining where our water comes from and where it all goes

 

The Colorado River is a crucial resource for a surprisingly...


Foraged Flower Arranging

by Rebekah Clark Moody

Give Your Home That Special Touch With Fresh Wild Flowers

In Foraged Flower Arranging, floral designer Rebekah Clark Moody shares more than 40 new ways to use the natural beauty of your backyard or neighborhood...


Wonderland: A Year of Britain's Wildlife, Day by Day

by Brett Westwood & Stephen Moss

'Vibrant, fascinating, poetic - a year in living things: all the things we love, all the things we wish we could, all the little things we step over and never know - the best of British wildlife from two superb...


The Songs of Trees: Stories from Nature's Great Connectors

by David George Haskell

“Here is a book to nourish the spirit. The Songs of Trees is a powerful argument against the ways in which humankind has severed the very biological networks that give us our place in the world. Listen as...


A Fly Rod of Your Own

by John Gierach

John Gierach, “the voice of the common angler” (The Wall Street Journal) and member of the Fly Fishing Hall of Fame, brings his sharp sense of humor and keen eye for observation to the fishing life and,...


Orchid Care

by Barb Schmidt

Orchid Care: For the Beginner “demystifies orchid care for a wide audience in this slim, instructive volume. The book can function as a reference guide, but it's best read cover to cover, as the information...


Raptors of Mexico and Central America

by N. John Schmitt, William S. Clark & Lloyd Kiff

Raptors are among the most challenging birds to identify in the field due to their bewildering variability of plumage, flight silhouettes, and behavior. Raptors of Mexico and Central America is the first illustrated...


The Untold History of Healing: Plant Lore and Medicinal Magic from the Stone Age to Present

by Wolf D. Storl

The Untold History of Healing takes the reader on a exciting, expansive journey of the history of medicine from the Stone Age to modern times, explaining that Western medicine has its true origins in the healing...


The Ground Beneath Us: From the Oldest Cities to the Last Wilderness, What Dirt Tells Us About Who We Are

by Paul Bogard

Our most compelling resource just might be the ground beneath our feet.

When a teaspoon of soil contains millions of species, and when we pave over the earth on a daily basis, what does that mean for our future?...


Environmental Protection

by Pamela Hill

Although climate change and pollution make near-daily appearances in the news, humans have not always recognized that the environment needs to be protected. Only after the publication of Rachel Carson's Silent...


At the Lightning Field

by Laura Raicovich

An exploration of coincidences of history, light, space, duration, chaos theory, mathematics, memory, and Walter De Maria's Lightning Field.