By: Douglas J Wellman and Dennis B Propst
296 pages, B/w photos
This work is about not only how America's system of wildlands came to be, but also the political processes through which Americans decide how these places should and should not be used. The book's intent is to create awareness of the policy process and a knowledge structure for understanding how agencies can respond constructively to the myriad conflicts they face.
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