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How Salmon Help Keep a Huge Rainforest Thriving
Rivers & Lakes
February 18, 2014

Boreal Truce

Canadian Geographic
February 01, 2014

Ancient Knowledge, Modern Journey in Wild Canada

National Geographic
September 24, 2012

New Generation Returns to an Ancient Place

National Geographic
September 23, 2011

Neuroscientist > Conservationist

Outside Magazine
August 16, 2011

River Explorers Face Mosquitos, Grizzlies and Remote Canadian Wilderness

PBS Newshour
July 28, 2011

Great Bear Rainforest Protected from Heavy Logging

LA Times
March 31, 2009

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