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Saving America`s Countryside: A Guide to Rural Conservation (2nd ed.) (edition 1997)

by Samuel N. Stokes, A. Elizabeth Watson, and Shelley S. Mastran

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Title:Saving America`s Countryside: A Guide to Rural Conservation (2nd ed.)
Authors:Samuel N. Stokes, A. Elizabeth Watson, and Shelley S. Mastran
Info:Johns Hopkins Univ Pr,1997 (1997)
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Saving America's countryside : a guide to rural conservation by Samuel N. Stokes

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0801855489, Paperback)

A new edition of the book that received the Historic Preservation Book Prize and the American Society for Landscape Architects' Honor Award

Since publication of the first edition of Saving America's Countryside in 1989, the fight to save America's rural resources has met with much success. Approaches considered experimental just a decade ago—greenways and heritage areas, for example—are now widespread. Yet at the same time, such disquieting developments as continuing suburban sprawl, the weakening of federal laws, and the so-called property rights movement all suggest that work remains to be done.

Saving America's Countryside was the first and is still the only comprehensive, step-by-step guide to protecting the natural, historic, scenic, and agricultural resources of a rural community. The authors show how to organize a conservation effort, inventory available resources, pass effective new laws, set up land trusts, take advantage of federal programs, and change public attitudes.

The thoroughly revised and updated second edition reports on changes in conservation over the past eight years and adds a chapter on making economic development compatible with rural conservation. It includes new case studies, more than fifty new illustrations, and a section on heritage tourism. As in the previous edition, the detailed case studies document a variety of successful—and often surprisingly innovative—conservation efforts by residents of rural communities throughout the United States.

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