Singing Grass, Burning Sage: Discovering Washington’s Shrub-Steppe
A Nature Conservancy of Washington Book, Graphic Arts Center Publishing, Portland, OR 1999
[Singing Grass, Burning Sage] seeks to dispel the myth that without irrigation, The Columbia Basin is a barren land. Through Nisbet’s words, the words of tribal people and early visitors, and brilliant color photographs, readers discover a world filled with all kinds of birds, insects, plants and reptiles…teeming with life and natural value.
- Pacific Northwest Inlander
This book is a remedy. It made me want to go out and walk along a sageland creek, and it made me want to do so as softly as possible.
- Jim Kerschner, Spokesman Review
Silver medal in Environmental category of ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year 2000 Awards