[Tweeters] Looking for a book on Seattle plant history.

jeff gibson gibsondesign at msn.com
Thu Mar 7 08:42:17 PST 2013

Dear Tweeters

Being interested in finding out more about our local natural "history", I was intrigued a few years ago when listening to our local NPR station and there was an interview with this fellow who, I think, wrote a book on Seattle plants, with a historical perspective. A perspective of what was growing here before being folded spindled and mutilated, i.e. "developed" by our "settler's". As I was driving at the time, I never got the dudes name.

I think this guy, out of the UW I think, wrote an actual book, although it may have been a research paper, or maybe only a lecture. I've googled etc everywhichway and can't find any leads online. If anyone out there in Tweeterland knows anything about what I'm referring to, could you drop me an email? I'd really appreciate it!

Thank You
Jeff Gibson
Everett Wa

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