Book ID: CBB337309517

Conservation on the Northern Plains: New Perspectives (2017)

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Conservation on the Northern Plains: New Perspectives challenges widespread assumptions about people and nature, reframing understandings of both in the process. In eleven essays, ten authors trek across the Plains to find the people, places, and stories that define conservation.In addressing conservation's reach, the authors reflect on the ordinary, the extraordinary, and the spaces in between, covering species ranging from horses to honeybees and from pheasants to wolves. Each essay is a call to revisit conservation and re-engage in discussions of use and the environment. This collection tackles conservation issues in eight states and Canada, giving special attention to Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.

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Review Christina Dando (July 2018) Review of "Conservation on the Northern Plains: New Perspectives". Environmental History (pp. 606-607). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Havlick, David G.
Casetta, Elena
Robert Suits
Swan, Heather
Osemudiame Okpoko, Mercy
Peter Davis
Journals
Social Science History
History and Technology
History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences
Ethics, Place and Environment
Environmental History
Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science
Publishers
University of Chicago Press
University Press of Kansas
University of Nebraska Press
University of California Press
University of Arizona Press
Pennsylvania State University Press
Concepts
Nature and its relationship to culture; human-nature relationships
Wildlife conservation
Agriculture
Hunting; trapping
Environmental history
Ecology
People
Carson, Rachel Louise
Time Periods
20th century
19th century
20th century, late
Modern
21st century
20th century, early
Places
United States
Great Plains (North America)
Canada
Atlantic world
Western states (U.S.)
Tasmania (Australia)
Institutions
United States. National Park Service
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