Spectacular Wineries of OregonRegular price $49.99
Oregon Day Trips by ThemeRegular price $16.95
Creaky Knees Guide Oregon, 2nd Edition: The 85 Best HikesRegular price $18.95
Oregon CoastRegular price $12.99
Seals, sea stacks, whales, and whitewater—oregon has 360 miles of some of the most untamed coastline in the world. From north to south, more than 30 fine-art photographers capture its best attributes and outdoor activities. Sumptuous images include the towering sea stacks at cannon beach and bandon beach, sandstone formations at shore acres, the giant sinkhole thor's well, and barking sea lions at gold beach, where the wild rogue river meets the sea.
Size: 7 1/2" x 5 1/2".
Oregon Coast ImpressionsRegular price $12.95
Greater Portland, OregonRegular price $12.99
-Urban Portland is showcased in stunning fine art photography Features work from more than 20 photographers Author is known photographer in Oregon region -Entices travelers and residents to explore Portland's vibrant neighborhoods, the Columbia River Gorge, and majestic Mount Hood -Photos solicited and curated by a local photographer who is active in the arts scene Join more than 20 photographers on a visual tour of eccentric urban Portland and its wild outlying areas, including Mount Hood and the Columbia River Gorge. Just 30 minutes from the city center, the 80-mile-long canyon is considered one of America’s most scenic drives, with dozens of hiking trails and waterfalls carved into the cliffs. The fine-art images will entice visitors and returning travelers to experience these places for the first time or see what they missed.
Barbara Tricarico 112 pp | 114 color and b/w images | Hard Cover
Take a Walk Portland: More Than 75 Walks in Natural PlacesRegular price $18.95
100 Things Oregon Fans Should Know & Do Before They DieRegular price $16.95
This is the ultimate resource guide for true fans of the Oregon Ducks football team. Most supporters have taken in a game or two at the Autzen Stadium, have seen highlights of a young Joey Harrington, and vividly recall the Ducks trip to the 2011 BCS National Championship Game. But only real fans can name the Oregon alumnus responsible for the team's unique Nike uniforms, can name the All-American running back from the 1970s who became a well-known sportscaster, or know all the lyrics to Mighty Oregon. Every essential piece of Duck knowledge and trivia, profiles of memorable Ducks figures, as well as must-do activities, is ranked from 1 to 100, providing an entertaining and easy-to-follow checklist for those on their way to Oregon fan superstardom.
Willamette Valley, OregonRegular price $12.99
Stunning photography of Oregon's wine valley Showcases work from 25 fine-art photographers Author well known photographer in Oregon region -A beautifully packaged gift book for the region's residents and visitors -Photos solicited and curated by a local photographer who is active in the arts scene Stretching from Portland to Eugene in Oregon, the fertile Willamette Valley is known for its pinot noir wines, farms, festivals, and charming small towns. Twenty fine-art photographers offer a collection of exquisite images from tulip and dahlia festivals to sunflower fields, waterfalls, and cultural hotspots such as McMinnville. The scenes will remind residents of the richness of this region and inspire visitors to experience it firsthand.
Barbara Tricarico 112 pp | 116 color images | Hard Cover
Central OregonRegular price $12.99
Bend's craft breweries, water sports along the deschutes river, rock climbing and slacklining at smith rock, the surreal lava rock moonscape at newberry national volcanic monument—central oregon offers a feast for the eye in every direction.
Size: 7 1/2" x 5 1/2".
Southern OregonRegular price $12.99
Join more than 30 fine-art photographers on a tour of southern oregon's charming small towns, natural beauty, and thrilling outdoor activities. The umpqua valley's waterfalls, the emerald-blue illinois river, jacksonville's britt music festival, and world-class vineyards in the rogue and applegate valleys—southern oregon has something for everyone!
Size: 7 1/2" x 5 1/2".
Crater Lake National Park Wild and BeautifulRegular price $26.95
Eastern OregonRegular price $12.99
-Stunning images of Oregon from 20 fine-art photographers Author is well-known photographer in the Oregon region -A peek into the lifestyle of the current-day wild-west landscape for Oregonians, visitors, and photographers -Photos solicited and curated by a local photographer who is active in the arts scene Eastern Oregon’s ambiguous borders stretch from the Columbia River Gorge in the north to the Nevada border in the south, straddling Idaho to the east. Home to cattle ranchers, pronghorn, wild horses, and sagebrush, this high-desert territory is more of a lifestyle than a region. Over 20 fine-art photographers provide a look at its diverse wildlife, ghost towns, and golden mountains, including the Steens and Blue Mountains, Malheur National Forest, and the spectacular Painted Hills, considered one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon.
Barbara Tricarico 112 pp | 99 color images | Hard Cover
Weird OregonRegular price $19.95
Eating the Pacific NorthwestRegular price $19.99
From the brisk waters of Seattle to the earthy mushrooms of Portland, author Darrin Nordahl takes us on a journey to expand our palates with the local flavors of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. There are a multitude of indigenous fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, and seafood waiting to be rediscovered in the luscious PNW. Eating the Pacific Northwest looks at the unique foods that are indigenous to the region including salmon, truffles, and of course, geoduck, among others. Festivals featured include the Oregon Truffle Festival and Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival, and there are recipes for every ingredient, including Buttermilk Fried Oysters and Nootka Roses and Salmonberries. Nordahl also discusses some of the larger agricultural, political, and ecological issues that prevent these wild, and arguably tastier foods, from reaching our table.
Pacific Coast Tree FinderRegular price $5.95
Pacific Crest Trail: A Hiker's CompanionRegular price $19.95
Creaky Knees Guide Pacific Northwest National ParksRegular price $18.95
Stan Tekiela's Birding for Beginners: Pacific NorthwestRegular price $16.95
Pacific Northwest Birding CompanionRegular price $24.95
The Prairie TravelerRegular price $12.95
Nez Perce Indians: Simple History Series Zine #8Regular price $4.00
The Pacific Northwest: Past, Present and Future (5th Edition)Regular price $64.95
The updated textbook is presented in a regional format, discussing the history of Washington, Oregon and Idaho. The Pacific Northwest: Past, Present and Future, 5th Edition - Textbook, emphasizes the major geologic events, geographic aspects, historical trends, demographic patterns, cultural diversity, governmental organization, socioeconomic development, recreational opportunities, and environmental concerns for the Pacific Northwest region.
This textbook clearly fulfills the academic content and mandated requirements for high school graduation. It exceeds Washington's rigorous K-12 Social Studies EALR standards and benchmarks for Certificate of Mastery. Likewise this text meets the statewide adoption standards for Oregon and Idaho. Each chapter begins with a two-page format that emphasizes important items germane to the chapter: Current Issues Update, Keys to Understanding, and an Overview.
The book contains informative charts, detailed maps, special topic vignettes, biographical sketches, complete timelines, historic paintings, archival photos, 3-D graphs, and more than 400 vivid color photos of the Pacific Northwest. Also included for the student's educational benefit are challenging student activities, a comprehensive index, and an informative glossary of terms and key concepts.
- Product: Book (Textbook/Student Edition)
- Title: The Pacific Northwest: Past, Present and Future, 5th Edition - Textbook
- Author: Dale A. Lambert
- ISBN 10: 0-939688-38-7
- ISBN 13: 978-0-939688-38-8
- Publisher: Directed Media Inc.
- Publication Date: 2006
- Edition: Fifth
- Printed: United States of America
- Material: Hardbound Book
- Size: 8.75" (w) x 11.25" (h) x 1.13" (d)
- Weight: 3.9 lbs.
- Format: Color with Black and White Photographs
- Number of Pages: 512 Pages; 6 Units and 22 Chapters
- Age Level: Secondary (7th-12th Grade)
Other Books by Dustin Clark
Other Books by Dale Lambert
- Washington: Past and Present (1st edition)
- Washington: Past and Present - Teachers Manual (1st edition)
- Washington: A State of Contrasts (1st and 2nd editions)
- Washington: A State of Contrasts - Teachers Manual (1st and 2nd editions)
- The Pacific Northwest: Past, Present and Future (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th editions)
- The Pacific Northwest: Past, Present and Future - IRP/Manual (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th editions)
Foraging in North America Quick GuideRegular price $9.95
Backyard Science & Disc WB Pacific NWRegular price $14.95
Introduce children to nature in the Midwest through fun activities and hands-on science projects. With 12 states, four distinct seasons, and a wide range of habitats, plants, and animals, the Midwest is a wonderful region for getting outside and discovering nature. There is so much to see and appreciate—even in your backyard or at a nearby park. Teach your children to love and protect the great outdoors. This workbook by naturalist Brett Ortler features more than 20 simple, fun introductions to astronomy, birds, geology, and more. Plus, over a dozen activities help kids to make hypotheses, experiment, and observe. The 19 hands-on science projects—such as raising native caterpillars, making mushroom spore prints, and attracting moths with an ultraviolet light—put students in control of their own learning! You never know what your children will uncover in their outdoor classroom. Every day is a little treasure hunt.
Weight: 12.8 ounces.
Kids Nature LogRegular price $11.95
Educators have long known about the positive effects that come from journaling. This log book is designed to help build the self-esteem of kids through creating something of their own—their own artwork, written observations—their own keepsake!
Inside are 58 log pages that gently guide kids to record their important observations, both written and drawn! A nature fact, game, experiment, craft, or way to help nature is included on each one!
14 Notes/Photos/Art pages to paste a photo, do more artwork, press a leaf or flower!
2 Quick Log pages to quickly see what you have logged in and when a Log Tips page for special hints on using this log.
Bring this log on your next outing! Play some games, do an experiment, make a craft! Write down what you see, draw it! Does it make a sound? Does it move? How many are there? Have fun, enjoy nature!. Author: Brandt, DeAnna.
Who Pooped in the Cascades? Scat and Tracks for KidsRegular price $11.95
The Cascade Range stretches over 700 miles from northern California to British Columbia. The mountain range is full of wildlife and volcanoes to explore, but watch where you step! The animals that live there are often hard to find-but not their poop! Join Emily, Michael, May, and their parents as they examine poop (scat) and footprints (tracks) to find out who pooped in the Cascades. By examining signs left by animals, the kids learn about animal behavior, diet, and identification. Who Pooped in the Cascades? is the perfect backpack companion for your trip to any part of the Cascades. Fun illustrations of the animals and their scat and tracks supplement the charming story, and a quick-reference chart at the back makes field identification a breeze.
O Is for OregonRegular price $12.99
Let’s Count OregonRegular price $12.99
Row Row Row Your Boat in OregonRegular price $12.99
Old MacDonald Had a Farm in OregonRegular price $12.99
Easter Bunny is Coming to OregonRegular price $9.99
Littlest Bunny in Oregon, The (HC)Regular price $9.99
Tiny the Oregon Easter Bunny (HC)Regular price $9.99
10 Little Monsters Visit OregonRegular price $16.95
Dear Santa, Love OregonRegular price $16.99
12 Little Elves Visit OregonRegular price $5.00
I Saw Santa in Oregon (HC)Regular price $12.99