Edited By: TA Watt and GP Chapman
196 pages, Col photos, b/w illus, maps
The large Wye College Estate comprises substantial areas of semi-natural habitats and formal gardens as well as a variety of farm and horticultural enterprises. It forms a setting for the interaction between agriculture and conservation, ecology and the environment. This book describes the Estate's varied landscapes and uses.
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