The Rise and Fall of a Great Lakes Fishery
Local voices reveal the personal stories and cultural legacy of a once-flourishing fishing town impacted by environmental change.
The Fight for the Fox River Cleanup
The compelling true story of a hard-fought environmental win, set in motion by a tenacious government scientist and an unrelenting journalist -- resulting in the polluting companies paying for the $1 billion, 20-year cleanup.
A collection that focuses on the natural world, these are poems of wilderness and of wildness.
The Culture and Commerce of Sustainability in Detroit
Describes the struggle to shape green redevelopment in Detroit.
Invasive Species and the Battle for the Future of the Great Lakes
An examination of the ecological damage that has been done by several invasive species in the Great Lakes.
A Quaternary and Recent Faunal Adventure
A comprehensive look at Michigan amphibians and reptiles from ancient times to present.
Paddling Detroit's Hidden River
Chronicles in words and pictures a five-day trip made by two Detroit Free Press journalists up the abused Rouge River in metro Detroit.
Dirt Stories and Field Notes
Essays and stories that contemplate the exploitation of Michigan's agricultural landscape by modern factory farms.
Children's Culture and Ecocriticism
The first book-length study of the relationship between children's literature and ecocriticism.
A New Look at America's Freshwater Coast
A detailed picture of the status of the Great Lakes at the end of the twentieth century.
An Environmental History
The Late, Great Lakes is a powerful indictment of man's carelessness, ignorance, and apathy toward the Great Lakes.