9.03.00 - Forest history and traditional knowledge

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2015-10-21

The Rise and Fall of Countryside Management. A Historical Account

This new publication by Ian D. Rotherham provides a critical overview of the history and importance of countryside management, detailing the achievements of a largely forgotten sector and highlighting its pivotal yet often underappreciated role in the wellbeing of people and communities. It serves as a challenge to students, planners, politicians, conservationists, environmentalists, and land managers, in a diversity of disciplines that work with or have interests in countryside, leisure and tourism, community issues, education, and nature conservation. Details at http://bit.ly/1Lnjm9D

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Coordinator:

Ian Rotherham, United Kingdom

Deputies:

Monica Gabay, Argentina

State of Knowledge

Man, forestry, and forest landscapes. Trends and perspectives in the evolution of forestry and woodland history research.
Mauro Agnoletti. Schweiz. Z. Forstwes. 157 (2006) 9: 384 –392


Activities and events Unit 9.03.00

Upcoming event

From/ToTitleLocation
2021-08-16
2021-08-18
20th Commonwealth Forestry ConferenceVancouver, BC, Canada, online

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