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Field Guide to Oregon Rivers
By Tim Palmer
Paperback: October 2014

Despite Oregon’s watery reputation, the state has lacked a field guide for its many celebrated rivers and streams—until now. Preeminent river...

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Field Guide to the Sedges of the Pacific Northwest
Paperback: April 2014

Field Guide to the Sedges of the Pacific Northwest is an illustrated guide to all 169 species, subspecies, and varieties in the genus Carex...

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For the Love of Rivers
Paperback: February 2015

Rivers and streams supply our water and capture our imaginations. We seek the more pristine ones to fish or paddle, to hike along or simply sit and watch....

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Honey in the Horn
By H. L. Davis
Paperback: June 2015

Set in Oregon in the early years of the twentieth century, H. L. Davis’s Honey in the Horn chronicles the struggles faced by homesteaders as they...

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Interviewing
By Edited by Peter Laufer
Paperback: September 2014

In conjunction with the Center for Innovation and Civic Engagement, contributors include Pulitzer-prize winning reporter and UO professor Alex Tizon,...

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Learning to Like Muktuk
Paperback: November 2014

When Penelope Easton, a young, vigorous, sensible WWII veteran with a Masters in Public Health Nutrition, embarked on a journey to Territorial Alaska to...

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Living with Thunder
Paperback: November 2014

The Pacific Northwest is a region defined by its geology as much as its rugged coastline, drippy westside forests, fertile farms, and canyoned eastside...

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Money Trees
Paperback: April 2015

Around the start of the last century, the forests of the Pacific Northwest were viewed as dynamic sites of industrial production, and also as natural...

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Morning Light
Paperback: October 2014

When Barbara Drake and her husband left Portland and moved to a small farm in western Oregon’s Yamhill Valley in the late 1980s, they saw it as a temporary...

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Naked in the Woods
Paperback: May 2015

In 1970, Margaret Grundstein abandoned her graduate degree at Yale and followed her husband, an Indonesian prince and community activist, to a commune in...

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