447 pages, Tabs
Develop ecosystem management policies and processes that benefit your community and its environment! Understanding Community-Based Forest Ecosystem Management examines the emergence of community-based ecosystem management (CBEM) in the United States. This comprehensive book blends diverse perspectives, enabling you to draw on the experience and expertise of forest-based practitioners, researchers, and leaders in community-based efforts in the ecosystem management situations that you deal with in your community. Understanding Community-Based Forest Ecosystem Management delves into the major topics that will help build common understanding of CBEM, including: linking stewardship to the unique role that local communities and workers can play in its implementation developing social and institutional processes that are more open, democratic, and civil empowering communities to strengthen their participation in natural resource management addressing power imbalances improving understanding of worker issues and promoting an ecosystem workforce advancing laws and policies that promote the collaboration and coordination that are needed for long-term stewardship ...and more! Healthy ecosystems and community well-being go hand in hand. The interdependence between the two is the focal point of community-based ecosystem management. Take advantage of this state-of-the-art reference and information source for scientists, community groups and their leaders, resource managers, and ecosystem management practitioners. The information you'll find in Understanding Community-Based Forest Ecosystem Management will be invaluable in your effort to manage and maintain the ecosystems in your community.
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