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Singing Grass, Burning Sage

Singing Grass Burning Sage This book offers an intriguing introduction to Washington s vast arid lands dominated by fragrant sagebrush lush coulees and unique desert creatures and plants

  • Title: Singing Grass, Burning Sage
  • Author: Jack Nisbet
  • ISBN: 9781558684782
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book offers an intriguing introduction to Washington s vast arid lands dominated by fragrant sagebrush, lush coulees, and unique desert creatures and plants.

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    1. Attractive photography and brief, informative text covering many aspects of the eastern part Washington state. Would like to load the camera in the car and head north. Nisbet displays a surprisingly geographically diverse region, and concisely gives relative history lessons. If interested in seeing the Pacific Northwest, consider having Spokane as one of your travel hubs.


    2. The perfect coffee table book for a homesick Spokanite. The photography is amazing, and though this is much lighter than Nisbet's typical tomes of Northwest History, the topics he chose to include are diverse and insightfully connected.


    3. I picked this up because I love Jack Nisbet's writing. He wrote the text for this Nature Conservancy of Washington book - about the shrub-steppe and palouse area of eastern Washington.


    4. "Singing Grass, Burning Sage" is a long love letter to the shrub/steppe ecosystem of the Columbia plateau, the not-quite-but-almost desert on the east side of the Washington Cascades. The photography alone is worth the price.


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