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Farm Mechanics: The Original 1922 Edition

by Fred D. Crawshaw & E W. Lehmann

An essential agricultural text originally published in 1922, Farm Mechanics is exactly that: a detailed but easy-to-understand manual outlining all the important aspects of working the land.

The guide is broken...


Feeding the Planet: Environmental Protection through Sustainable Agriculture

by Klaus Hahlbrock

Almost one billion people suffer from malnutrition worldwide whilst populations are growing and agricultural production stagnates.


Forest Communities, Community Forests: Struggles and Successes in Rebuilding Communities and Forests

by Jonathan Kusel

A collection of stories about thirteen communities in the United States in their efforts to protect and restore community forests. It explores the struggles and opportunities faced by people as they work to...


Nobody's Horses: The Dramatic Rescue of the Wild Herd of White Sands

by Don Höglund

Descended from the greatest horses of the American West, the wild horses living on the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico -- one of the most dangerous places on Earth -- were a national treasure and a living...


Animals as Persons: Essays on the Abolition of Animal Exploitation

by Gary L. Francione

A prominent and respected philosopher of animal rights law and ethical theory, Gary L. Francione is known for his criticism of animal welfare laws and regulations, his abolitionist theory of animal rights, and...


101 Amazing Facts about Animals

by Jack Goldstein

Did you know that Gorillas can catch human colds? or that cows from different regions moo in different accents? This fantastic quick-read eBook features 101 amazing facts split into categories such as record...


Weather Whys: Facts, Myths, and Oddities

by Paul Yeager

The myths, history, wives-tales, oddities, and wonders of a subject that comes up every day: the weather.

Weather enthusiasts (or just the weather-curious) will discover surprising facts, myths, and oddities...


Nature's Saviours: Celebrity Conservationists in the Television Age

by Graham Huggan

Today's celebrity conservationists, many of whom made their reputations through television and other visual media, play a major role in drawing public attention to an increasingly threatened world. This book,...


Shades of Green: Environment Activism Around the Globe

by Christof Mauch, Nathan Stoltzfus & Douglas R. Weiner

Shades of Green examines the impact of political, economic, religious, and scientific institutions on environmental activism around the world. Discussing issues unique to different parts of the world, Shades...


Raccoons: A Natural History

by Samuel I. Zeveloff

The word raccoon is drawn from the Native American Algonquian language. Their term arakun roughly translates to “he who scratches with his hands.” Anyone who has found a raccoon rummaging around in a once...


Hillingdon Ranch: Four Seasons, Six Generations

by David K Langford & Lorie Woodward Cantu

In 1885, San Antonio architect Alfred Giles began buying the land that would become Hillingdon Ranch, eventually accumulating 13,000 acres near the town of Comfort in Kendall County. As the property passed to...


Jane Goodall: 50 Years at Gombe

by Jane Goodall with the Jane Goodall Insti

A great deal has happened since the publication of Jane Goodall: 40 Years at Gombe in 1999. Most recently, endeavors at the Gombe field site have included landmark research related to AIDS progression; establishing...


A Garlic Testament: Seasons on a Small New Mexico Farm

by Stanley Crawford

Meditations on growing garlic and on the farming way of life.

"To dream a garden and then to plant it is an act of independence and even defiance to the greater world."--Stan Crawford


The Recurring Dark Ages: Ecological Stress, Climate Changes, and System Transformation

by Sing C. Chew

In this modern era of global environmental crisis, Sing Chew provides a convincing analysis of a 5,000-year history of recurring human and environmental crises_a Dark Ages significant in defining the relationship...


The Ethics of Waste: How We Relate to Rubbish

by Gay Hawkins

Gay Hawkins explores the ethical significance of waste in everyday life_from the broadest conceptions of waste and loss to how the environmental movement has affected the ways we think about garbage. Do we feel...


Gone at 3:17: The Untold Story of the Worst School Disaster in American History

Bugs In The System: Insects And Their Impact On Human Affairs

by May R. Berenbaum

An introduction to insect physiology, genetics and behaviour which looks at the interaction between humans and insects, and explores both the positive and negative aspects of the relationship.


The Etiquette of Freedom: Gary Snyder, Jim Harrison, and The Practice of the Wild

by Gary Snyder, Jim Harrison & Paul Ebenkamp

Gary Snyder joined his old friend, novelist Jim Harrison, to discuss their loves and lives and what has become of them throughout the years. Set amidst the natural beauty of the Santa Lucia Mountains, their...


Anthropology and Nature

by Kirsten Hastrup

On the basis of empirical studies, this book explores nature as an integral part of the social worlds conventionally studied by anthropologists. The book may be read as a form of scholarly "edgework," resisting...


Making Sense of Nature

by Noel Castree

We listen to a cacophony of voices instructing us how to think and feel about nature, including our own bodies. The news media, wildlife documentaries, science magazines, and environmental NGOs are among those...