Sharing the wonders of the natural world.
What We Sow
On the Personal, Ecological, and Cultural Significance of Seeds
In What We Sow, Jennifer Jewell brings readers on an insightful, year-long journey exploring the outsize impact one of nature’s smallest manifestations—the simple seed.
Gardening Can Be Murder
How Poisonous Poppies, Sinister Shovels, and Grim Gardens Have Inspired Mystery Writers
This fun, engrossing book takes a look at the surprising influence that gardens and gardening have had on mystery novels and their authors.
Firescaping Your Home
A Manual for Readiness in Wildfire Country
This hardworking, actionable guide is a must-have for homeowners looking to fight the risks of wildfire spreading to their homes and property.
50 Hikes with Kids: Colorado
Discover the 50 most kid-friendly hikes in Colorado with this book featuring maps and scavenger hunts of items to find along each trail—plus fun extras that will foster a curiosity about the region’s flora, fauna, and geology!
Explore the Amazing Nature in and Around Dallas-Fort Worth
Discover all the unexpected nature Dallas-Fort Worth has to offer with this enlightening guidebook!
Grasses for Gardens and Landscapes
Design – Selection – Cultivation
This design-forward guide profiles the best ornamental grasses for use in landscapes and gardens—along with advice for successful cultivation.
The 30-Minute Gardener
Cultivate Beauty and Joy by Gardening Every Day
Find happiness, connection, and accomplishment by cultivating your garden life every day of the week using this inspiration-packed guide that shows aspiring gardeners exactly what they need to know.
The National Park Scavenger Hunt
A Family-Friendly Way to Explore all 63 Parks
This fun-filled guide shares an exciting scavenger hunt for every American National Park—featuring natural history factoids and fun and educational ways to get kids engaged with nature.
Timber Press in the news
Authors Adrienne Edwards and Rachel Schleiger featured in The Oregonian
“The 264-pageguide offers details on how to manage inevitable fire by designing gardens and wildlife habitats as a defensive space with the careful placement of native plants.”
Author Doug Tallamy interviewed by Smithsonian Online
“Our kids are the future stewards of the planet…We need to introduce kids to the marvels of nature and get them to love it so that they will take care of it.”
King Charles III and Queen Camilla presented Piet Oudolf with the first ever Elizabeth Medal of Honour, which celebrates individuals who have demonstrated exceptional dedication to advancing the science, art, and practice of horticulture. To align with the 70-year reign of Queen Elizabeth II, the medal is limited to a maximum of 70 recipients at any given time.
Ira Wallace has been selected as a 2023 James Beard Foundation Leadership Award winner! The James Beard Foundation’s Leadership Awards recognizes individuals and organizations whose work is helping to create a safer, more healthful, equitable, and sustainable food world.
“This scavenger-hunt travel guide gives families an option for keeping kids engaged during their time in the park and helps to add breadth and depth (and a bit of competition) to their park experience…A fun encouragement to get out in nature.”—Booklist
“This is a beautiful book, rich with ideas from each garden maker…I urge you to read and enjoy it.”—Gardens Illustrated
“Tallamy uses his wonderful gift to communicate facts and science about our most important genus of native flora, the oaks, in a way that anyone could understand and enjoy.” —Upstate Gardeners’ Journal
“Herbalist and expert forager Lisa M. Rose offers guidance on safely identifying, gathering and preparing edible flora that grow wild in most major US cities.”—CNN.com