Soundings: Steve Palumbi: Monterey Bay's Success & Puget Sound
Monterey Bay began as a natural paradise, became the poster child for industrial devastation in John Steinbeck's Cannery Row, and is now one of the most celebrated shorelines in the world. It's a remarkable story of revival and reclamation brought about by the extraordinary acts of ordinary people, and Steve Palumbi, author of The Death and Life of Monterey Bay, says its success has deep implications for Puget Soundand the people who are passionate about it. Presented as part of the Soundings from Island Press series by Town Hall and Island Press through the Town Hall Center for Civic Life, in association with IslandWood and Elliott Bay Book Company.
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