Planting Nature: Trees and the Manipulation of Environmental Stewardship in America

Planting Nature: Trees and the Manipulation of Environmental Stewardship in America

Planting Nature: Trees and the Manipulation of Environmental Stewardship in America

Planting Nature: Trees and the Manipulation of Environmental Stewardship in America

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"An important piece of scholarship. "Planting Nature presents an intriguing view of tree planting and indirectly of many similar foibles of human enterprise and public policy. I find it refreshing, novel, and appealing."--R.W. Behan, Professor Emeritus of author of "Plundered Promise: Capitalism, Politics, and the Fate of the Federal Lands

""Planting Nature is a bold expose of the environmental stewardship of forest institutions whose reputation for environmental concern is not matched by much of their current practice. Specialists will find Cohen's perspective provocative and impossible to ignore, and the themes he addresses will strike a responsive cord with a more general, environmentally aware, and committed audience."--Douglas Johnson, co-editor of "Geographical Review

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