By: Grant Luscombe and Richard Scott
47 pages, 90 col photos, figs
This manual outlines some practical methods which can be used in creative conservation projects. Some of the techniques are based on traditional agricultural practices, whilst others are more innovative, resulting from recent research findings.
`There is a chance in the next few years, not to set rigid rules for what habitats should be created where, but to evolve criteria, procedures and practices that will help us and others to make the countryside a richer and more attractive place for wildlife and for people.' Keith Kirby, English Nature (1995)
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