Tag Archives: Don Fowler

Upstream Battle: Science, Politics & Salmon

Don Fowler is a man with an insatiable curiosity about our planet–and the intelligence and energy to go with it.  He has been my correspondent for all things critical in the Western zones of North America.  You’ve read about him … Continue reading

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Bees by the Truckload

“When you’re ready, I have a honey bee story that should blow you away.” That was Don Fowler writing to me in January. He’s a forestry consultant who lives in British Columbia and travels frequently. Mostly on the trail of … Continue reading

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East Meets West

When I sent my “Convinced, but not Concerned” post to Don Fowler—the British Columbia forester at its center–he wrote right back, kicking off a remarkable dialogue. Says he’s heartened to get my response.  Glad to hear from others who are concerned.  … Continue reading

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