Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Number of pages: 376
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
Saving Species on Private Lands is a timely and valuable resource for landowners willing to engage in the greatest conservation effort of all time. Lowell Baier demystifies voluntary conservation and helps landowners use proven tools to make smart decisions leading to real conservation. His vision of the natural harmony that can exist between people and wildlife on working lands will inspire and empower the rising generation of conservation leaders. -- Dave Tenny, President & CEO, National Alliance of Forest Owners
Private land and landowners are critical to healthy wildlife populations. Partnerships between landowners and other wildlife conservationists are key to conserving declining wildlife species, and necessary to ensure working landscapes remain productive for human communities as well. This book explains programs and approaches to partnership-driven voluntary conservation on private lands and is a valuable resource for landowners and others who want to learn more about wildlife conservation opportunities on private land. -- Steve Jester, Executive Director, Partners for Conservation
Private landowners play a critical role for species and habitat conservation. Saving Species on Private Lands documents decades of work with the private sector and illustrates how wildlife conservation can integrate with operations - from forestry and energy development to farming and ranching - on private lands. -- Edward B. Arnett, Chief Scientist, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
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