Edited By: Edward C Wolf and Seth Zuckerman
80 pages, Col illus, b/w illus, maps
Thoughtful essays trace the relationship between people and salmon from the days of abundance that sustained Northwest Coast native cultures to the troubled world of salmon today and suggest a future of rivers restored and fishing livelihoods revived. Full-colour maps of the state of Pacific salmon, published here for the first time, offer a powerful "big picture" perspective that lends new urgency to efforts to heal the breach between people and salmon.
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