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The Rise and Fall of Countryside Management A Historical Account

By: Ian D Rotherham(Author), Hazel N Thomas(Foreword By)
352 pages, 49 b/w photos, 91 b/w illustrations, 14 tables
Publisher: Earthscan
The Rise and Fall of Countryside Management
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About this book

For at least half a century since the emergence of Country Parks and Forest Parks, countryside services have provided leisure, tourism, conservation, restoration and regeneration across Britain. Yet these services are currently being decimated as public services are sacrificed to the new era of austerity. The role and importance of countryside management have been barely documented, and the consequences and ramifications of cuts to these services are overlooked and misunderstood.

The Rise and Fall of Countryside Management rigorously examines the issues surrounding countryside management in Britain. The author brings together the results of stakeholder workshops and interviews, and in-depth individual case studies, as well as a major study for the Countryside Agency which assessed and evaluated every countryside service provision in England. A full and extensive literature review traces the ideas of countryside management back to their origins, and the author considers the wider relationships and ramifications with countryside and ranger provisions around the world, including North America and Europe.

The Rise and Fall of Countryside Management provides a critical overview of the history and importance of countryside management, detailing the achievements of a largely forgotten sector and highlighting its pivotal yet often underappreciated role in the wellbeing of people and communities. It serves as a challenge to students, planners, politicians, conservationists, environmentalists, and land managers, in a diversity of disciplines that work with or have interests in countryside, leisure and tourism, community issues, education, and nature conservation.

Contents

Foreword Hazel N. Thomas

1. The History and Development of Countryside Management in Britain
2. Country Parks and Forest Parks
3. Delivering Countryside Services
4. Countryside Management Areas, Projects and Services
5. Case Studies of Countryside Services
6. Becoming a Profession
7. Education, Training and Engaging the Community
8. A Positive Economic Impact
9. Transforming Landscapes, Places and People
10. Trails and Tribulations - Managing Countryside Access
11. A New Millennium
12. Decline and Fall
13. Countryside Services - A Global Perspective
14. The Wider Policy Context
15. Issues and Opportunities for Countryside Services
16. Concluding Thoughts and the Future

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Biography

Ian D. Rotherham is Professor of Environmental Geography and Reader in Tourism and Environmental Change at Sheffield Hallam University, UK.

By: Ian D Rotherham(Author), Hazel N Thomas(Foreword By)
352 pages, 49 b/w photos, 91 b/w illustrations, 14 tables
Publisher: Earthscan
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