By: R Hasler
208 pages, 14 b/w plates, figs, maps
Based on two years of fieldwork in the Zambezi valley, this book charts the progress of Zimbabwe's experiment in the use of wildlife for the benefit of local communities through the Communal Areas Management Program for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE). This anthropological study reveals the intricate web of forces at play in wildlife management in Africa, shedding light on many issues central to the management of wildlife around the world.
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