A Critical Geography of Britain's State Forests

OUP Oxford (2001)
Focusing on forests and trees, this book investigates how relations between society and nature change over time. It traces historical perceptions and woodland management practices, explores the rise of scientific forestry methods, discusses in depth the organizational culture of the Forestry Commission, and considers the claim that present-day forestry has become a postmodern phenomenon
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