BookShelf takes a peek into the hidden life of trees, to understand how biologists believe plants may communicate and even assist others that are struggling, and what that may mean for modern forestry.
Canoes have long been part of North America’s cultural fabric. And a hefty new book, rich in visuals, tells the story of this unique mode of transport, which brings us closer to nature and despite changes in materials has remained essentially unchanged.
"Water in Plain Sight" suggests better land practices could reap water and climate benefits.
"Water Is for Fighting Over" explores how Western water woes may not be so disastrous.