The University of Calgary Press is proud to be home to the Canadian History and Environment series, published in partnership with NiCHE (Network in Canadian History & Environment). Check out the NiCHE blog, where series editor Alan MacEachern introduces the works, and celebrates our open access publishing model which makes these innovative and engaging collections available for free to anyone, anytime, anywhere. From there, follow the links below to the individual posts on the NiCHE blog, "The Otter," to see what the editors have to say about their books, and their different corners of the exciting field of environmental history - from human-animal relations in urban Canada to relations across the Canada-US border, from how mobility has shaped environmental and human history to the history and future of the people and places in Canada's north. Download a free pdf of a Canadian History and Environment book today, and explore history!
p.s. Love that real-book feeling? All CHE books are available for sale in print too, as well as in ePub and mobi formats.
Don't forget the two fabulous first books in the series, too! Read a review from "The Otter" of Historical GIS in Canada, or check out the post where "The Otter" announces the very first book in this great series, A Century of Parks Canada.