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From the creatures of the original Cabin Porn, comes a new "inside" look to cabin living.
Learn how you can turn your very own yard into a conservation corridor that provides wildlife habitats in this book providing the blueprints for a practical private conservation. By Douglas W. Tallamy.
Oaks trees sustain a complex and fascinating web of wildlife. This book illuminates and celebrates the wonders that occur right in our own backyards while learning how to plant and care for an oak tree. By Douglas W. Tallamy.
Learn all the basics to forest living from starting a fire to foraging for food in this beautifully designed forest almanac. Author: Richard Irvine ~ Illustrator: Paul Oakley
Cloudspotter and bestselling author Gavin Pretor-Pinney delivers a moment of calm atmospheric contemplation to members of his Cloud Appreciation Society by sharing a cloud image and story every day.
Robinson Crusoe set ashore on an island after a terrible storm at sea is forced to make do with what little he has. He learns how to survive out on his own until, twenty-four years later, when he confronts another human being. Written by Daniel Defoe.
This lovely guide deck includes 78 cards, featuring a watercolor painting of a mushroom on the front and an engaging description on the back with identifying characteristics and fun facts. By Megan Lynn Kott.
The perfect companion book for any camping trip. Featuring a collection of 30 delicious, family-friendly recipes for outdoor adventurers.
A captivating collection of family friendly wilderness stories to tell by the campfire. By Pendleton Woolen Mills.
This action-packed hardcover handbook brings emergency instruction for anxious times.
This book collects twenty-nine years' worth of essays written by the beloved naturalist John Muir, illustrating his journey as he explored the West.
Here collected are some of John Muir's finest wilderness essays, ranging in subject matter from Alaska to Yellowstone, from Oregon to the High Sierra.