Coming Out of the Woods: The Solitary Life of a Maverick Naturalist
In civilization is the preservation of wildness, the author concludes from building his own house and living in the woods ten times longer than Thoreau lived at Walden Pond.
History and Natural History
The Beaches Are Moving: The Drowning of the American Shoreline
A finely written natural and social history of America's beaches from Maine to Alaska and Hawaii and how we can and cannot live with them.
No Turning Back: Dismantling the Fantasies of Environmental Thinking
An insider's history of the environmental movement, its origins, core beliefs, strengths and weaknesses.
Finding Hidden Values In Your Home
An experienced appraiser and builder teaches readers how to appraise their own homes and understand what adds value and how much.
El Kanil: Man of Lightning
This translation of a Mayan legend by Victor Montejo tells the story of a hero of the Cuchumatanes and has become a small classic of Mayan literature.
The first comprehensive guide to invasive plants in North America, their history, economic and environmental roles, identification and management.