Char Miller

An award-winning teacher and writer, Char Miller is is the W. M. Keck Professor of Environmental Analysis and History at Pomona College. His most recent books include Natural Consequences: Intimate Essays for a Planet in Peril, West Side Rising: How San Antonio’s 1921 Flood Devastated a City and Sparked a Latino Environmental Justice Movement, and Theodore Roosevelt: Naturalist in the Arena. Miller is a Senior Fellow at the Pinchot Institute for Conservation, Corresponding Member of the Society of American Foresters, and a Fellow of the Forest History Society.

Books by this Author

Burn Scars

The first documentary history of wildfire management in the United States, Burn Scars probes the long efforts to suppress fire, beginning with the Spanish invasion...

| paperback | $34.95

Public Lands, Public Debates

“Watching democracy at work can be bewildering, even frustrating, but the only way individuals and organizations can sift through the often messy business of public...

Temporarily out of stock

Water in the 21st-Century West

Water in the 21st-Century West offers a timely look at the central issue facing the American West — the region's diminishing water supply. It collects...

| paperback | $24.95

Water in the West

Water in the West offers a lively primer on the region's most precious and scarce resource. It collects the best reporting on the subject, drawn...

| paperback | $29.95

River Basins of the American West

Examining water issues through the lens of major Western U.S. watersheds, River Basins of the American West explores why water has been, and remains, the...

| paperback | $24.95

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