B.G. Farmer

Biography

A seventh generation resident of the Inland Northwest, Mr. Farmer's family came to Washington and Montana in the 1800's, eventually holding politcal office and working as territorial law enforcement, including acting as an Indian Agent for Washington Territory under Gov. Isaac Stevens.

His family history, professional experience in environmental management, and education in Urban Planning fuels his interest in our spiritual connection to geography and our pursuit of a "sense of place".

Personal memories of disapearing salmon runs in Western Washington's Cedar River, camping along the Pend Oreille river , and concern about continued loss of habitat in Pacific Northwest rivers serve as the inspiration for this series of books.

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Books

DamAge - Thirteen Moons
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 70,490. Language: English. Published: November 30, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action
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The global village has been razed. In Puget Sound, the profits are flowing for H2O Inc., a business dealing in potable water. From the basalt scablands of Central Washington to the Idaho Panhandle, isolated tribes must join forces to resist the onslaught. A reluctant warrior, an incorrigible horseman and a beautiful mariner must bring the tribes together, but only one will lead them all.

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