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“29”

Mary Sojourner's latest novel, 29, a blistering story set in Twentynine Palms, Calif. -- a place where forgotten tribes and other desert lovers join forces to save ancient lands from corporate greed and devastatingly huge solar and wind power farms.

August 2014 • 350 pages • Paperback • Torrey House Press

only $11.95


Downstream Toward Home

Downstream Toward Home

Oliver Houck's new release, Downstream Toward Home: A Book of Rivers. “Yes, America’s best environmental writer is a law professor. Oliver Houck’s memoir of his encounters with rivers is wise, wistful, infuriating and beautiful. It’s a privilege and a pleasure to watch him flow.” -- Mike Grunwald, Senior National Correspondent, Time Magazine

October 2014 • 256 pages • Hardcover • LSU Press

only $26.95


Water in the West 2-Book Set

Western Water 2-Book Set

• Water in the 21st Century West (312 pages, paperback)
• River Basins of the American West (320 pages, paperback)

Oregon State University Press, 2008-2009

A two-book set worthy of placement in any water wonk's library.

Buy the set and save 50%, only $29.95


River Basins of the American West

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 West's most essential and controversial subject.

Editor Char Miller has organized writings collected from the pages of High Country News into sections defined by the great watersheds of the West: the Colorado River, the Rio Grande, the Columbia River, the Klamath River, and the Missouri River.

Oregon State University Press, 2009
320 pages, paperback

Only $29.95


Water in the 21st Century West

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 the best reporting on the subject, drawn from the pages of High Country News, the magazine that sets the standard for coverage of environmental issues in the West.

From endangered species and Native american water rights to sprawl and the growing specter of climate change, this book captures the range and nature of the arguments that have defined water policies in the region over the past decade.

Oregon State University Press, 2008
312 pages, paperback

Only $29.95


Water in the West

Water in the West

A primer on the region's most precious resource, drawn from the pages of High Country News

Oregon State University Press, 2000
352 pages, paperback

Only $9.95