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1062 - Exploring A Productive Landscape

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This book will appeal to anyone with an interest in the countryside, including people from far beyond the area it describes, as well as those within it. The book is about the history and wildlife of a farmed landscape, and the context is topical and relevant to researchers and to future policy.

There has never been a more crucial time for us to understand the land on which we depend, There has also never been a time when we have been so isolated from it. This fascinating and thoroughly researched book.....exemplifies the importance of historical knowledge in making contemporary land managment decisions and concludes with an examination of the links between food production and wildlife conservation and how both may be sustained.

Comments from the foreword by Charles Watkins, Professor of Rural Geography at Nottingham University.
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