Montana Historical Society Press
With more than fifty titles in print, the Montana Historical Society Press has earned a reputation as one of the most respected publishers of western history in the high plains and northern Rockies. Visit www.montanahistoricalsociety.org or call 800-243-9900 to order. More
Posted November 14, 2016
Buckskin Larch and Bedrock
Poems for reflection: Wilderness, Backcountry, and Lookouts. Drop this book in your backpack or wrap it up for Christmas. Available on Amazon. More
Posted November 14, 2016
A Unified Theory of Matter, Gravity and Electricity
A Unified Theory of Matter, Gravity and Electricity
Unifies the forces that holds the atom, molecules, objects, planets, moons, suns, and galaxies together. Also the force that drives, thunderstorms, tornadoes and hurricanes. Available at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/647285
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Posted November 14, 2016
A Week in Yellowstone's Thorofare: A Journey Through the Remotest Place
The remotest place in the country, outside of Alaska, is a region in Yellowstone National Park ironically named the Thorofare for its historic role as a route traversed by fur trappers. "A Week in Yellowstones Thorofare" is a history and celebration of this wild place, set within a week-long... More
Posted November 14, 2016
Environmentalists: An Eyewitness Account from the Heart of America
Environmentalists: An Eyewitness Account from the Heart of America

"This is the book to help you catch the wave, to help you kick-start the movement, to help you remember who you are, to remind you that you love your beautiful surroundings and that you dont want to lose them." ...
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Posted November 14, 2016
The Bird Feeder Game Book
Sharing birds, a bully-jay, and a hawk! They are all a part of this nature journal's notes about a busy bird feeder. It includes a game for kids to build their own bird feeder toy. More
Posted November 07, 2016
"Reflections from Yellowstone and Beyond--43 Years as a Seasonal Ranger"
Fascinating insights into Yellowstone's wonders, its complex issues, and working and adventuring throughout the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. More
Posted November 03, 2016
Mister Moffat's Road
In 1902, David Moffat faced financial and political barriers. He overcame them to build his railroad through the Rockies. This historical novel taps fresh diaries and documents. The book takes the rails up to but not over the continental divide. More
Posted November 01, 2016
Geo Power: Stay Warm, Keep Cool and Save Money with Geothermal Heating & Cooling
Straight talk on residential system options, the pros & cons, and the science behind the technology. Ideal for homeowners, architects, home building pros, GHP trainees. From solar-and wind-powered publisher PixyJackPress.com

"Geo Power should be the first thing an individual...
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Posted November 01, 2016
Ancient Fire, Modern Fire: Understanding and Living With Our Friend & Foe
...a really good reference book for educators, including safety specialists, classroom teachers, and fire prevention specialists. Einar Jensen provides historical and mythical information that is very hard to find in any organized fashion elsewhere, and it offers a good summary of information on... More
Posted November 01, 2016
Living With Bears Handbook
expanded 2nd edition, by Linda Masterson ... the 'bear bible' for bear managers, homeowners, HOAs, educators, volunteers.

A hands-on guide to living responsibly and playing safely anywhere bears call home. It's fun to read, easy to reference, and packed with...
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Posted November 01, 2016
Costa Rica Book Set by Jack Ewing
Monkeys Are Made of Chocolate; Where Tapirs & Jaguars Once Roamed ... two books by Jack Ewing reveal the fascinating yet unseen side of a National Wildlife Refuge and how it evolved from a cattle ranch into a top eco-resort of amazing flora and fauna.

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Posted November 01, 2016