Weyerhaeuser Environmental Classics

Edited by Paul Sutter, Associate Professor of History at the University of Colorado - Boulder.

Founding editor: William Cronon, Frederick Jackson Turner and Vilas Research Professor of History, Geography, and Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin - Madison.

Weyerhaeuser Environmental Classics are reprinted editions of key works that explore human relationships with natural environments in all their variety and complexity. Drawn from many different disciplines, they examine how natural systems affect human communities, how people affect the environments of which they are a part, and how different cultural conceptions of nature powerfully shape our sense of the world around us. These are books about the environment that have stood the test of time, and that continue to offer profound insights about the human place in nature.

The Great Columbia Plain: A Historical Geography, 1805-1910

by Donald W. Meinig

Mountain Gloom and Mountain Glory: The Development of the Aesthetics of the Infinite

by Marjorie Hope Nicolson

Tutira: The Story of a New Zealand Sheep Station

by Herbert Guthrie-Smith

A Symbol of Wilderness: Echo Park and the American Conservation Movement

by Mark W. T. Harvey

Man and Nature: Or, Physical Geography as Modified by Human Action

by George Perkins Marsh

Conservation in the Progressive Era: Classic Texts

edited by David Stradling

DDT, Silent Spring, and the Rise of Environmentalism

edited by Thomas R. Dunlap

Reel Nature: America's Romance with Wildlife on Film

by Gregg Mitman

The Environmental Moment: 1968-1972

Edited by David Stradling

The Wilderness Writings of Howard Zahniser

Edited by Mark Harvey

Books without links are listed as out of print with the University of Washington Press.