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There Is a Garden in the Mind: A Memoir of Alan Chadwick and the Organic Movement in California

by Paul A. Lee

There Is a Garden in the Mind presents an engaging look at the work and life of pioneering organic gardener Alan Chadwick and his profound influence on the organic farming movement. In this wide-ranging and...


Developing Ecological Consciousness: The End of Separation

by Christopher Uhl

Developing Ecological Consciousness is a unique introduction to environmental studies. In Chistopher Uhl’s view it is time to acknowledge the ways that our cultural conditioning leads to separation from self,...


Ancient Woodland: History, Industry and Crafts

by Ian Rotherham

The old-time shepherd – lamb in one hand, crook in the other – is an emblem of sturdiness, dependability and independence. He was one of the most important men on the farm, responsible for the care and well-being...


Pass It on: Five Stories That Can Change the World

by Joanna Macy & Norbert Gahbler

Eco-philosopher and best-selling author Joanna Macy shares five stories from her more than 30 years of studying and practicing Buddhism and deep ecology. Gathered on her travels to India, Russia, Australia,...


The Eye of the Elephant: An Epic Adventure in the African Wilderness

by Mark James Owens & Cordelia Dykes Owens

Expelled from Botswana for writing Cry of the Kalahari, the Owenses set off across Africa. They settled in Zambia, where they soon found their peace shattered by the gunfire of elephant poachers. This is the...


Gaia and Tityas: What Homo Sapiens Have Done

by Denis Frith

Synopsis: Gaia is the gigantic organism that has evolved on Planet Earth. It is the mountains, plains, forests, grasslands, deserts and rivers. It is the climate and ocean currents. It hosts the creatures that...


Hymns of Home

by Bill Bunn

A selection of twenty-nine insightful, creative essays, alive with superb and tender detail. Hymns of Home focuses on family and life in a way that references the questions we ask and are asked as parents, the...


Tornado Hunter: Getting Inside the Most Violent Storms on Earth

by Tim Samaras, Stefan Bechtel & Greg Forbes

Like the deadly tornadoes it documents, this potent combination of high adventure and hard science is terrifyingly timely in our era of global warming and climate change. The Weather Channel, now America's most...


The Dinosaur Quiz Book

by Wayne Wheelwright

This amazing quiz book contains over 100 questions on all your favourite Dinosaurs, including Tyrannosaurus Rex, Velociraptors, Triceratops and many more.


Community-Based Landslide Risk Reduction: Managing Disasters in Small Steps

by Malcolm G. Anderson

Many areas of the world are at risk from landslides and their consequences; rainfall-triggered landslides particularly affect developing countries in the tropics. Rapid urbanization and the associated growth...


Tales of Southern Rivers

by Zane Grey

Tales of Southern Rivesr recounts Grey's tales of fishing in the Gulf of Mexico, on rivers in the jungles fo Mexico, the Florida Keys, and in the Everglades.


Tales of Fishes

by Zane Grey

Zane Grey is best known as a fishing writer for the wild adventures of catching world record giants in the oceans around the world.


Rats Incredible: An Illustrated Dictionary of Rats

by Ryn Gargulinski

Rats. You either love ’em or hate ’em and most people hate ’em. Enter Ryn Gargulinski to change what we thought were our dead-set minds. In Rats Incredible, Gargulinski sets out to debunk myths about these...


Thrifty Green: Ease Up on Energy, Food, Water, Trash, Transit, Stuff -- And Everybody Wins

by Priscilla Short

Priscilla Short lived off the grid for a year in a strawbale house in Taos, NM, with no electricity, no running water, and a wood burning stove for heat. At the end of the year, Short returned home to Denver...


The Next Eco-Warriors: 22 Young Women and Men Who Are Saving the Planet

by Emily Hunter

Peter Hammarstedt and Benjamin Potts of Sea Shepherd fame and co-stars of television’s Whale Wars. Enei Begaye, a Navajo/Diné activist bringing green jobs to the reservation. Rob Stewart, award-winning filmmaker...


100 Words: Two Hundred Visionaries Share Their Hope for the Future

by William Murtha

Several years ago William Murtha’s life changed—when he experienced a near death experience, being swept into the sea by a rogue wave, and then rescued by a man who was looking through a borrowed telescope,...


Be the Change You Want to See in the World: 365 Things You Can Do for Yourself and Your Planet

by Julie Fisher-McGarry & John Robbins

In Be the Change You Want to See in the World, Julie Fisher-McGarry speaks to the burgeoning eco-conscious-consumer market on how to dwell well on a daily basis. Organized by month, she includes tips on living...


Biorefinery in the Pulp and Paper Industry

by Pratima Bajpai

The traditional pulp and paper producers are facing new competitors in tropical and subtropical regions who use the latest and largest installed technologies, and also have wood and labor cost advantages. Due...


Sea Turtles: The Watchers' Guide

by Timothy O'Keefe

Discover how and where you can witness sea turtles nesting in Florida. This book not only gives an excellent overview of sea turtle life, it also provides the specifics of appropriate personal conduct and behavior...


Lone Star Menagerie: Adventures with Texas Wildlife

by Jim Harris

There's more than one kind of Texas native-we share our magnificent state with numerous other species some with four legs or more and some with no legs at all. Naturalist Jim Harris has studied most of them,...