Idaho - An Explorer's Guide

TAKING ON WATER: How One Water Expert Challenged Her Inner Hypocrite, Reduced Her Water Footprint (without Sacrificing a Toasty Shower), and Found Nirvana.

by Wendy J. Pabich, Ph.D.

(Sasquatch 2012)


Environmental scientist and founder of Water Futures, Wendy Pabich, Ph.D.’s humorous and inspiring quest for solutions to reduce her water guzzling ways and ours.

Water Futures is a proud member of One Percent for the Planet community. We've pledged to give 1% of our revenues from Taking on Water to support non-profit organizations focused on sustainability and the natural environment.
Idaho - An Explorer's Guide

IDAHO: An Explorer’s Guide

by Wendy J. Pabich, Ph.D.

(Countryman 2008)

A classy series with encyclopedic coverage - National Geographic Explorer

For you adventurers looking to get off the beaten path, breathe some crisp mountain air, stretch your legs — and perhaps your physical limits, Idaho is your kind of place. Filled with funky, little mountain towns that burst with creative energy, happy people, warm beds, fabulous food, and boundless recreational opportunities, Idaho is a refreshing place to recharge.

Whether you plan to explore by foot, ski, boat, or car — this book will guide you to the coolest spots around, showing you where to play, eat, and sleep — with plenty of resources to help you plan an amazing and safe adventure. Organized into four geographic regions, this book includes a healthy dose of natural history and insider insights, with a little historic context here, some logistical information there, and outrageous local tales to top it off.

A What's Where section provides an outstanding collection of Idaho facts and figures, geology, geography, and lore so you can enjoy Idaho like the locals do.