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

Lorindon lorindon at nwlink.com
Thu Mar 7 08:54:04 PST 2013

Could it have been:

Eugene N. Kozloff (born 1920) is an American marine biologist and botanist
at Shannon Point Marine Center on Fidalgo Island, Washington. He is an
emeritus professor of the Friday Harbor Laboratories, University of
Washington, and is best known for writing field guides for the Pacific
Northwest Region of the United States.

He's written several books on natural history

Lori Christopher
Bothell, WA

From: jeff gibson <gibsondesign at msn.com>
Date: Thursday, March 7, 2013 8:42 AM
To: tweeters <tweeters at u.washington.edu>
Subject: [Tweeters] Looking for a book on Seattle plant history.

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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