Farming, Forestry and the Natural Heritage: Towards a More Integrated Future
The Natural Heritage of Scotland Series
- Richard Davison and Colin Galbraith
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
The influence of farming and forestry on Scotland's landscapes is seen as increasingly important, and new access rights have been put in place by the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. Although these changes bring uncertainty and challenges, they also bring a major opportunity to move decisively towards integrating landscape, biodiversity and recreational objectives in land management.
'Farming, Forestry and the Natural Heritage: Towards a More Integrated Future' book takes stock of the changes taking places and looks at a number of case studies, which suggest that progress is being made. The book looks ahead at future research, and highlights some key challenges to achieving better integration in the future.
Based on The Scottish Natural Heritage Conference 2003
31 chapters covering the subjects of the 2003 conference
Follows the progress and initiative made by the Scottish Natural Heritage
|Size||190 x 253mm||Price||£20.00|
|Format||Hardback||Published||27 Jul 2006|
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