By: Mark Baker and Jonathan Kusel
296 pages, Figs
Across the United States, people are developing new relationships with the forest ecosystems on which they depend, with a common goal of improving the health of the land and the well-being of their communities. This book is an analytically rigorous and historically informed assessment of this new movement. It not only clarifies the state of the movement, but also suggests a trajectory and process for its continued development.
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