Mountain In The Clouds
A Search For The Wild Salmon
by Bruce Brown
THE MOST IMPORTANT environmental book of the 21st century is also a 20th century environmental classic.
Read the book that inspired the wild salmon movement -- and 30 years after its original publication -- the removal of the dams on the Elwha River, the largest dam removal project in history.
About the author...
Bruce Brown is the author of 11 books, including Mountain in the Clouds, an environmental classic, and The Windows 95 Bug Collection, which was put on display in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. He has done investigative reporting for the New York Times (the Karen Silkwood story), foreign correspondence for Atlantic Monthly (baseball in Cuba), and book reviews for the Washington Post Book World, as well as script-writing for PBS-TV (The Miracle Planet).
He is also a successful CEO -- having created BugNet and built it into the world’s largest supplier of PC bug fixes before it was acquired by a Fortune 500 company at the height of the dot com boom -- and a noted athelete -- having held the World Record for climbing on a mountain bike for six years.
At present, he is Director of the Museum of the Salish at Temixwten.net.
Mountain In The Clouds: A Search For The Wild Salmon by Bruce Brown is available in two print editions: paperback ($14.95) and hardback ($24.95). Choose your edition from the drop-down PayPal "Buy It Now" button!