We are proud to say that the San Francisco Chronicle has selected The Klamath Mountains: A Natural History as one of the best nonfiction books of 2022!
Backcountry Press’ handsome, encyclopedic new volume is [. . .] good news for this beautiful chunk of far Northern California.
Editors Michael Kauffmann and Justin Garwood, plus 34 contributing authors, explore and celebrate Klamath ecology and the rich culture of its Yurok, Hupa and other native peoples.– Peter Fish, San Francisco Chronicle
We’ll add that this is good news for southern Oregon as well. 🙂
Thank you, Peter. We greatly appreciate the acknowledgement!
Ron Crete says
You all got what this book deserves: Recognition as the best in its class of natural histories of a piece of the phenomenal treasure we call earth. Thank you for you work to illustrate and describe The Klamath Mountains and their ecosystems.
Joyce Grunewald says
The book is a treasure and it is wonderful to see it recognized. Congratulations to all of the authors and editors!
Doug Miller says
Kudos to all involved! Your natural history of the Klamath’s will take it’s place among the very best of natural history compilations that we have for US regions and states. This truly is a volume for the ages! Job well done!
Chris Valle-Riestra says
It’s very cool that they put The Klamath Mountains at the TOP of the nonfiction section.
Fernando Castrillon says
Your book is simply outstanding! I have enjoyed reading every single chapter and found the overall approach appealing and enormously informative. Thank you for this!
Backcountry Press says