Nature’s Past, the Canadian environmental history podcast, returns next week with its twenty-fourth episode. After our summer hiatus, the podcast returns with an interview with Dr. Shannon Stunden Bower, the author of the new book Wet Prairie: People, Land, and Water in Agricultural Manitoba.
As we prepare for the return of the podcast, we want to remind NiCHE readers and listeners that they can subscribe to Nature’s Past through iTunes and any RSS reader. You can also contact us and find out about upcoming episodes by following @naturespast on Twitter.
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