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Cry Wolf

Growing up on a northern trap line, Harold Johnson was taught to keep his distance from wolves. For more than 100 years, one of Canada’s top predators seemed to have absorbed the same lesson about avoiding ...

Nature's Broken Clocks

The environmental crisis is, in many ways, a crisis of time. From the distress cries of birds that no longer know when to migrate, to the rapid dying of coral reefs, to the quickening pace of extreme ...

Man of the Trees

Includes a foreword by HRH The Prince of Wales and an introduction by Jane Goodall

Richard St. Barbe Baker was an inspirational visionary and pioneering environmentalist who is credited with saving and ...

The Magnificent Nahanni

"Fascinating and impressive. " Thomas Gunton, Director of Resource and Environmental Planning, Simon Fraser University and former Deputy Minister of Environment, Lands and Parks, Government of British ...

Towards a Prairie Atonement

When the government recently tried to abandon its responsibility to protect what little remains of the natural prairie, Trevor Herriot pushed back, only to discover an injustice haunting the lands he ...

Canoeing the Churchill

"Outstanding. Its combination of historical material, maps, photos, and travelogue brings the fur trade era alive. Seldom has the past and the present been brought together so successfully. "
-George ...

The New Normal

 A comprehensive and up-to-date overview of climate change in the Prairie provinces, along with strategies for adapting to the "new normal. "

The present climate crisis shows no sign of abatement. On ...

620 Wild Plants of North America

 Naturalists, birders, students, teachers, conservationists, environmental consultants, wildlife biologists and botanists--amateur and professonal alike--will find this picture book of plant anatomy ...

A User's Guide to Saskatchewan Parks

 There are three park systems in Saskatchewan: Regional, Provinical, and National. They range in size from a few acres to hundreds of square kilometres. Some are historical in nature, while others aim ...