2000 | Richard Carstensen, Steve Merli | 9 pages

Corridors for fish, wildlife and people

Connections between the coastal rainforest and the boreal interior. For millennia, transboundary rivers have served as portals for species colonization, fish highways, and human trade. Trips on these rivers also teach us about our home by contrast with closely related species: Stellar and gray jays; mule and black-tailed deer.

Night walk, is an essay by Steve Merli on a memorable overnight with middle-schoolers at Echo Ranch.

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Sample spread from River relations.