2 edition of Nature and culture in two Pacific Northwest timber-dependent communities found in the catalog.
Nature and culture in two Pacific Northwest timber-dependent communities
Written in English
|Statement||by Amanda Six.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||99 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||99|
The Pacific Northwest was the great pivot between laissez-faire logging and state-sponsored conservation and the fires that would accompany each. Then fire faded as an environmental issue. But it has returned over the past decade like an avenging angel, forcing the region to again consider the defining dialectic between axe and flame. Between Two Fires: A Fire History of Contemporary America (University of Arizona Press, ) To the Last Smoke- Vol. 1 Florida, Vol. 2 California, Vol. 3 Northern Rockies, Vol. 4 Southwest, Vol. 5 Great Plains, Vol. 6 The Interior West, Vol. 7 The Northeast, Vol. 8 Slopovers: Oak Woodlands, Pacific Northwest, and Alaska, and Vol. 9 Here and. These partnerships organize community events, implement nature programming activities, connect communities with park planners and decision makers, explore nature-based career pathways, and offer other activities that build racial equity, diversity and inclusion in the region. The forests of the Pacific Northwest are just one of the many different _____ in the United States where many people work in the same industry. Economic regions The cultural diversity of the United States tends to be highest.
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Timber-dependent, rural communities in the Pacific Northwest face dramatic economic, political, and cultural change. New Nature and culture in two Pacific Northwest timber-dependent communities book of forest management, primarily formulated in urban communities, require new approaches to the use and extraction of : Amanda Six.
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