Salmon Without Rivers: A History of the Pacific Salmon Crisis
By James A. Lichatowich
Written by one of the Northwest’s most respected fishery sciences, Salmon Without Rivers is a beautifully written account of the interactions between the stocks of salmon in the Northwest, and the Indian and white settlers who have depending on them for a livelihood. A must read for anybody interested in the Northwest’s most iconic fish—and in the controversies that continue to swirl around the management of them.
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