Lifeplace: Bioregional Thought and Practice

Lifeplace: Bioregional Thought and Practice

Lifeplace: Bioregional Thought and Practice

Lifeplace: Bioregional Thought and Practice

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"A superb blend of thoughtful analysis and delightfully readable prose, "LifePlace is both a major contribution to bioregional literature and an excellent guide to sustainable practice."--Daniel Kemmis, author of "This Sovereign Land: A New Vision for Governing the West

""LifePlace offers an inspired approach for creating an alternative, more secure future than presently faces us. Thayer's arguments are convincing; his optimism and sense of wonder are contagious. As we finish the book, we are changed by it, and its influence lingers like a time-release capsule. "LifePlace is a profound contribution to landscape architecture literature and beyond."--Joan Woodward, author of "Waterstained Landscapes: Seeing and Shaping Regionally Distinctive Places

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