by Dot Brovarney
This gorgeously-illustrated book explores the cultural and natural history of this hidden watershed in Northern California (just west of Ukiah). Historian Dot Brovarney weaves together the multifaceted stories of this beautiful place through the interconnected lives of plants, wildlife, and human inhabitants. Discover Pomo stories that illuminate regenerative relationships with the land, enjoy intimate records from two intrepid women who made the rugged canyon home, and learn about the coastal logger from Little River, Tapping Reeves, after whom the canyon was named. 200 black-and-white and color illustrations, historic photographs, and fold out maps included.