Atlas of Pacific Salmon: The First Map-based Status Assessment of Salmon in the North Pacific presents nearly four dozen fully realized maps that overlay the human, climatic, geological, biological, and environmental impacts on salmon populations throughout their entire North Pacific range.
Cache: Creating Natural Economies is the story of one man's 40-year career in conservation, exploring traditional models balanced against nature's models, in the search for reliable prosperity.
Chief Kerry's Moose: A Guide Book to Land Use and Occupancy Mapping, Research Design and Data Collection presents an informative and user-friendly technical resource for First Nations communities.
Coastal Temperate Rain Forests: Ecological Characteristics, Status and Distribution Worldwide provides a preliminary assessment of the global distribution, ecological characteristics, and conservation status of coastal temperate rain forests.
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Ecotrust Annual Report 2012 Ecotrust’s programs strive to foster resilience from the ground up in the systems most significant to our wellbeing—food and farms, fisheries, forests, and urban ecosystems.
Falldown: Forest Policy in British Columbia analyzes the forest tenure system that defines rights to extract timber from the forests of British Columbia.
Forest That Fish Built: Salmon, Timber, and People in Willapa Bay provides an intimate portrait of lives shaped by an ecosystem that "has so many blessings it would be hard to rank them."
Ecotrust: Fresh Thinking tells about our first seventeen years, as we have worked with growing numbers of partners to create, capitalize and catalyze social, economic and environmental innovation — to establish tangible examples of success and share them with the world.
The Greater Kitlope Ecosystem: A Wilderness Planning Framework outlines a draft management plan that supports the protection of the area as a wilderness preserve.
Guide to Local and Seasonal Products helps connect local farmers with chefs and restaurants who are interested in purchasing local produce.
G-Rated Home Remodeling Guide: Designing and building a more sustainable home shows how to integrate green ideas into your home remodel.
Inside Passage: A Journey Beyond Borders explores the redesign of a regional economy to a scale more appropriate to the nature that holds it.
The Kawesas Watershed Assessment examines one basin of the Greater Kitlope Ecosystem, the largest intact temperate rain forest watershed in the world.
Klamath Heartlands: A Guide to the Klamath Reservation Forest Plan narrates the history and vision of the Southern Oregon tribal nation's plan to restore their former reservation.
More Than the Sum of Our Parks: People, Places and a Protected Areas System for British Columbia frames a Protected Areas Act for the joint management of BC Protected Areas.
Natural Capital Fund: 20 Years of Impact Investing traces the history of the Natural Capital Fund through its most important investments, and explores some vital lessons for a growing global community of impact investors.
Natural Capital in the Rain Forests of Home describes six operating principles that guide Ecotrust's bioregional efforts.
Natural Sense: The Conservation Economy Emerges, 1991-2001 surveys some of the successes achieved and lessons learned from Ecotrust's first ten years.
New Bearings: Conservation-Based Development in the Rain Forests of Home conveys Ecotrust's strategic vision for integrating conservation and development.
North of Caution: A Journey through the Conservation Economy on the Northwest Coast of British Columbia profiles realities and possibilities in BC's Great Bear Rain Forest.
Place Matters: Geospatial Tools for Marine Science, Conservation, and Management in the Pacific Northwest details how marine geographic information systems contribute to understanding, management and conservation
The Rain Forests of Home: An Atlas of People and Place maps a bioregional portrait that speaks eloquently for forest integrity and cultural diversity.
The Rain Forests of Home: Profile of a North American Bioregion brings together a diverse array of thinkers to present a multilayered, multidimensional portrait of the coastal temperate rain forest and its people.
Rebuilt Green: The Natural Capital Center and the Transformative Power of Building. Take a journey through renovation of the landmark LEED Gold-certified Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center.
Redefining Stewardship: Public Lands and Rural Communities in the Pacific Northwest tells the stories of four communities who are creating collaborative approaches to the restoration of public lands by exercising federal stewardship contracting authorities.
Renewing Salmon Nation’s Food Traditions is an inventory and reference guide that describes a treasure trove of regional plants and species — some at risk, others recovering.
Resilience & Transformation: A Regional Approach seeks core principles for a 21st-century capacity to effectively influence and adapt to change, through regional stories that may adapt to large-scale transformation of social, personal, and cultural wellbeing.
Restoring the River: A Plan for the Chinook Watershed reviews the history of salmon management and presents a six-point plan for the restoration of salmon runs in the Chinook watershed.
Roots of Prosperity: The Pacific Coast Watershed Partnership tells how the U.S. Forest Service is connecting six watersheds between Canada and California through consensus and progressive restoration efforts.
Salmon Nation: People, Fish and Our Common Home takes you behind the headlines in the company of six knowledgeable guides to a deeper understanding of the most celebrated fish of western North America.
SectionZ: Making Our Economy Safe for People and Nature presents serious issues in an easy and educational light.
Seeing the Ocean through the Trees maps the recommendations of the 1995 Scientific Panel for Sustainable Forest Practices in Clayoquot Sound.
Skeena River Fish and Their Habitat profiles one of the great salmon ecosystems of the North Pacific, its geography, development history, indigenous use and major salmon stocks of each of the watershed’s sub-basins.
A Tidewater Place: Portrait of the Willapa Ecosystem introduces the extraordinary region that is southwestern Washington's Willapa Bay.
What Lies Beneath: Responding to Forest Development Plans - A Guide for First Nations frames approaches for providing input to planned logging on BC Crown lands.