8 edition of Perspectives on the Adirondacks found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 371-376) and index.
|LC Classifications||F127.A2 M366 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 388 p. :|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||2002003406|
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Barbara McMartin was active in numerous environmental groups and citizens’ advisory committees, including the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Forest Preserve Advisory Committee.
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Perspectives on the Adirondacks: A Thirty-Year Struggle by People Protecting Their Treasure by Barbara McMartin. Perspectives on the Adirondacks By Barbara MCMartin, Syracuse University Press, REVIEW BY ELIZABETH THORNDIKE alancing human aspirations with natures constraints is the fundamental challenge of our times.
Boundaries of political or ad- ministrative subdivisions of govern- ment, within which we live, work andAuthor: Elizabeth Thorndike. Barbara McMartin's new book, Perspectives on the Adirondacks - A Thirty-year Struggle by People Protecting Their Treasure (Syracuse University Press ) is an ambitious attempt at just that.
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This collection of essays - compiled by preeminent conservationist Paul Schaefer - reveals Colvin's many perspectives on the Adirondacks. His writings reflect on outdoorsman's appreciation of the wilderness, with a. Barbara McMartin’s book Perspectives on the Adirondacks probes the history of the governance of public lands, resistance to private land use regulations, and the efforts of environmental groups to uphold the Forever Wild Clause of the New York State Constitution.
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We publish poetry, fiction, works of translation, creative nonfiction, and book reviews, plus a full slate of art and photography per issue. We value work that invites our readers to visit an altered perspective, one which may effect a new worldview and reveal fundamental entanglements among people.
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