Tending the Wild persuasively argues that this traditional ecological knowledge is essential if we are to successfully meet the challenge of living sustainably. Gathering Hunting and Fishing. The Collision of Worlds.
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Fire in California's Ecosystems Neil G. By recasting Native peoples of California as active agents of environmental change, this book sheds new and important light on the diverse ways in which Native peoples of California harvested, tended, and managed their lands prior to European contact. Rather than presenting Native ecological knowledge as a cultural artifact, Tending the Wild shows quite convincingly how these systems of knowing can be used to inform land management and environmental conservation today.
This book will be of considerable interest to researchers in ecology, history, anthropology, land management, and ecological restoration. Skip to main content. Advertisement Hide.
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