When John Fannin, the Royal BC Museum’s first curator, published his Check List of British Columbia Birds in 1891, he set in motion a publishing program that has engaged and informed British Columbians for nearly 126 years. Since that first publication, the Royal BC Museum has released hundreds of works on diverse subjects, bringing the human and natural history of our province to life in exciting, innovative and personal ways.
“By incorporating essays from across departments and disciplines, Treasures masterfully weaves a narrative that explores the interconnections between natural, cultural, and historical spheres.” – BC Studies no. 190
"This book would be great for any student learning about the environment, and the effects of introducing new species to the ecosystem." – Resource Links
“Food Plants of Coastal First Peoples is an excellent book for showing people of any culture the continuing value of traditional ecological knowledge." – Brandon University Book Review
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