Wild Earth 13, no. 4

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Wild Earth 13, no. 4

Intended as yet another instrument for attacking anthropocentric ideologies and voracious agricultural/industrial civilizations, the journal Wild Earth was published by the Earth First! movement between 1991–2004.

Butler, Tom, ed., Wild Earth 13, no. 4 (Winter 2003/04). Republished by the Environment & Society Portal, Multimedia Library. http://www.environmentandsociety.org/node/6107.

Issue Theme: Seeking Shelter. The National Wildlife Refuge System

This issue includes:

  • The Conservation of Wild Life by Theodore Roosevelt
  • The Expanding Ark: 100 Years of Wildlife Refuges by Steve Chase and Mark Madison
  • Buying the Blitzen River: The Beginnings of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Southeastern Oregon by Nancy Langston
  • The Crazy-Quilt Refuge System by Robert Fischman
  • Lynn Greenwalt interviewed by Brock Evans
  • When the Fences Come Down: Wildlands on the Great Plains by Kathleen Dean Moore
  • Pronghorn Race Extinction Across the Sonoran Desert by Ben Ikenson

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Further readings: 
  • Butler, Tom, ed. Wild Earth: Wild Ideas for a World Out of Balance. Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions, 2002.
  • Galbreath, Ross. Working for Wildlife: A History of the New Zealand Wildlife Service. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 1993.
  • Manfredo, Michael J., et al., eds. Wildlife and Society: The Science of Human Dimensions. Washington: Island Press, 2008.
  • Manfredo, Michael J. Who Cares about Wildlife? Social Science Concepts for Exploring Human-Wildlife Relationships and Conversation Issues. New York: Springer, 2008.
  • Amend, Stephen, and Thora Amend, eds., National Parks without People?: The South American Experience. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN, 1995.