People and Fish at the EdgeBook - 1999
Salmon Nation takes general readers behind the headlines int the company of six knowledgeable guides to a deeper understanding of the most celebrated fish of western North America. Thoughtful essays by Native American writer Elizabeth Woody, fisheries biologist Jim Uchatowich, journalist Richard Manning, former commercial fisherman Freeman House, and writer Seth Zuckerman trace the relationship between people and salmon from the days of abundance that sustained Northwest Coast native cultures to the troubled world of salmon today. Geographer Dorie Brownell's full-color maps offer a powerful big picture perspective that lends new urgency to efforts to heal the breach between people and salmon.
Publisher: Portland, Or. : Ecotrust, c1999
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 80 p.,  folded p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps ; 24 cm