By: Peter Bromley
384 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
The skills needed by a countryside manager are brought together and explained for the first time in this comprehensive and easy-to-read book. It covers the process of management, national trends, establishing local policies and the legislation surrounding countryside management in a systematic manner. Case studies are used to illustrate many points and excellent references are provided for further reading making this a useful handbook for all those involved with managing the countryside.
Management skills; legislative background; supply and demand; local provisions; implementation; practical skills; rangers; interpretation; finances; putting it all together; wider issues.
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