Book Review

  December 2021

Alexandra Morton’s Latest Book

  Not on My Watch  How a Renegade Whale Biologist Took on Governments and Industry to Save Wild Salmon   by Alexandra Morton Random House Canada, 2021 384 pages, hardcover, $26.00 ISBN-13: 978-0735279667 Northern Vancouver Island — mid-1980s: On a … Continue reading

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  January 2017

How Electrifying Rails Can Be Accomplished and the Benefits

Solutionary Rail A people-powered campaign to electrify America’s railroads and open corridors to a clean energy future Bill Moyer, author Patrick Mazza, editor J. Craig Thorpe, illustrator Backbone Campaign, 2016 108 pages, paperback, $19.95 ISBN-13 978-09980963-0-8 Reviewed by Debbie Cantrell … Continue reading

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  July 2016

Spills and Chills in Print

Reviewed by Terry Wechsler Superspill An Account of the 1978 Grounding at Bird Rocks by Mary Kay Becker and Patricia Coburn Madrona Press, 1974 161 pages, paperback, $3.95 ISBN 10: 0914842021 ISBN-13: 978-0914842026 Bellingham’s Mary Kay Becker sits on the … Continue reading

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