Public Lands Politics

Author: Paul J. Culhane
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135990786
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First Published in 2011. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Administering Fun

Author: Ann Lacey Brower
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Balancing Provision and Management in Forest Service Response to the Growth
and Diversification of Recreation Ann Lacey Brower. Recreation and Wilderness
Assessment Group, USDA Forest Service; and Department Of Agriculture of
Applied Economics University of Georgia. Crafts, E. 1970. The Saga of a Law.
American Forests ... P. J., and Resources for the Future. 1981. Public lands
politics: interest group influence on the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land

Place Based Conservation

Author: William P. Stewart
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400758022
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Place-Based Conservation provides a comprehensive resource for researchers and practitioners to help build the conceptual grounding necessary to understand and to effectively practice place-based conservation.

The Forestry Chronicle

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It consists of a series of papers and proceedings of the Second Workshop on
Community Forestry Management for Rural Development held at Xavier Institute
of Management and Labour Studies, Jamshedpur, India, January, 1979. The
objective outlined in this publication ... Throughout the book an analytical
approach is used and its implications for public forest lands, specifically the
National Forests of the U.S. Forest Service is emphasized. The question of
efficiency of management ...

Future Survey Annual

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Essays discuss trends in outdoor recreation (with projections of land- and water-
based activities through 2040), human dimensions of wildlife management,
wildlife responses to recreationists, impacts of nature tourism, case studies, and
Aldo ... four different agencies, all lands should be under NPS); 3) raise entrance
and user fees in both nations and funnel them directly to the parks; 4) reject
proposals to privatize the parks; 5) involve the public and relevant interest groups
in planning ...

Planning Zoning News

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However, not all interest groups agree that a consensus was reached. (See
sidebar ... To translate policies into programs and site specific activities, the state-
wide forest resources plan requires the preparation of comprehensive
management plans for each state forest. ... Michigan's state forests are "keyed" for
the following three values: There are two key public issues regarding the logging
of public lands: the federal timber "below cost" sales program and clearcuts of
state forest lands.

Water And People

Author: Stephen F. McCool
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 143791358X
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This book is about the issues associated with these symbolic values and uses of water: the challenges they present -- in our language, in our allocation mechanisms, in our commun. -- the conflicts raised; and the potential for resolving the ...


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While inholders struggle to keep their land from Uncle Sam, proposals to sell
public lands also spark uproars. Earlier this ... The Forest Service spends more
money building roads and administering logging operations than it takes in from
timber sales, according to some calculations. (It may be ... "A private owner has
incentive to take care of the land, ' ' argues Hanke, who says that public lands
aren't really controlled by the public, but by politicians, bureaucrats and special

Economics Of Outdoor Recreation

Author: Marion Clawson
Publisher: Resources for the Future
ISBN: 9781617260346
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This volume is part of the collection which brings back landmark books published by Resources for the Future throughout its nearly 60-year history as the pre-eminent research institution devoted exclusively to environmental issues.