5 edition of People of the Tongass found in the catalog.
People of the Tongass
K. A. Soderberg
|Statement||K.A. Soderberg, Jackie DuRette.|
|LC Classifications||SD428.T6 S63 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 360 p. :|
|Number of Pages||360|
|LC Control Number||88031097|
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These people have been exploited for years, and a book like this, from real people who live in the Tongass, highlight the effects of the big environmental lobby on folks just trying to make a living in a respectful and decent way. Also, this book covers the intricate process of a pulp mill, which I Cited by: 4.
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The world's largest intact temperate rainforest is in a place you may not expect: southeast Alaska. The Trump administration wants to eliminate a longstanding rule protecting the Tongass National.
Her book, “Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska’s Tongass Rain Forest”, is a tribute to one of the wildest and rarest ecosystems in the world. “There is still time to get it right here, to conserve this astounding ecosystem for the benefit of both people and wildlife,” says Gulick.
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Here we go again. It is inarguable that the Tongass is the most extraordinary and unique national forest, especially in the political sense.
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Turn left into the Settlers Cove State Recreation Site at mile 18 North Tongass Hwy. Cabin is located in the campground at site #GPS 55°30'41"N, °43'38"W Special Notes: The entrance gate is locked at night.
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The Southeast Alaska region folk, including those that live in Angoon, Alaska, depending on the different resources of the national forest to survive.
It should come as no surprise then the salmon is the leading source.Tongass Timber traces the history of the many attempts to ebook the region’s forests, revealing the forces that influence the present choices about forest management in Southeast Alaska.
This publication was supported by the Kendall Foundation, Mike Blackwell, the SB Foundation, the Alaska Historical Society, the Alaska Humanities Forum.