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Title: Environmental enhancement through agriculture : proceedings of a conference, Boston, Massachusetts, November 15-17, 1995
Contributors: William Lockeretz, editor
Published: Medford, MA : Center for Agriculture, Food and Environment, School of Nutrition and Science Policy, Tufts University , 1996

Summary: These proceedings explore how to create agricultural production systems that produce environmental benefits in contrast to merely being environmentally benign. The papers are grouped under the following topics: watershed protection, wildlife conservation and biodiversity, livestock systems, waste recycling and nutrient management, energy from agricultural biomass, metropolitan agriculture and farming, national policies on agriculture and the environment, and agricultural development and the environment.

Call Number: 20 ENV
Subjects: Agricultural ecology , Alternative fuels , Farmland preservation , Livestock , Local food systems , Recycling , Soil management , Water quality , Wildlife

Title: Sustainable agriculture in the American Midwest : lessons from the past, prospects for the future
Contributors: Edited by Gregory McIsaac and William R. Edwards
Published: Urbana, IL : University of Illinois Press , c1994

Summary: This book provides a general overview and detailed discussion of the social and technical issues related to the development of sustainable agriculture in the American Midwest. Chapters include coverage of indigenous agricultural knowledge, the relationship between cultural beliefs and farming practices, land drainage, agriculture and wildlife, cropping systems, pest management, soil management and biomass fuel production.

ISBN: 0252021002
Call Number: 50.9 SUS
Subjects: Agricultural ecology , Alternative fuels , Crop production , Pest control , Rural sociology , Social change , Soil management , Sustainable agriculture , Wildlife

Title: Wildlife in the garden : how to live in harmony with deer, racoons, rabbits, crows, and other pesky creatures
Author: Gene Logsdon
Second Author:
Published: Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press , c1999 Expanded ed.

Summary: This book addresses how to strike a balance between enjoying wildlife that is attracted to human habitation while reducing opportunities for the animals to become pests. There is coverage of ways to attract wildlife, how to watch wildlife, what to do about overpopulation and ways to repel wildlife.

ISBN: 0253212847
Call Number: 75.5 LOG
Subjects: Pest control, garden , Wildlife , Wildlife, attracting and care


Title: Producers' experiences : deer hunting, tree farming, operating a hunting lodge, back roads adventures
Contributors: Authors, Ronnie E. Brenneman ... [et. al.] ; editors, William N. Grafton, Anthony Ferrise
Published: Morgantown, WV : West Virgina University Extension Service , 1990?
Series: Natural resources management and income opportunity series

Summary: The papers describe four examples of rural enterprises; fee hunting for deer, a tree farm being managed for firewood, hunting, and wildlife habitat, a hunting lodge, and a tour business that provides tourists with experiences related to traditional culture and crafts in rural West Virginia. R.D. issue no. 769.

Call Number: 83.5 PRO
Subjects: Alternative enterprises , Business, rural , Fee and lease hunting , Forest management , Handicrafts , Outdoor recreation , Wildlife

Title: Woodlot management
Author: Jay Heinrichs
Contributors: illustrations by Charles Joslin
Published: Pownal, VT : Garden Way publishing , c1981
Series: Story/Garden Way publishing bulletin A-70

Summary: This book describes how to manage a small forest for a prolonged use.

Call Number: 67.4 HEI
Subjects: Maple syrup , Sustainable agriculture , Wildlife , Wildlife, attracting and care , Woodlots


Title: Common ground
Contributors: National Audubon Society and Turner Broadcasting System
Published: Washington, D.C. : WETA , c1987
Series: National Audubon Society specials

Call Number: 20 COM
Subjects: Agricultural ecology , Environmental protection , Land use , Organic farming , Reduced chemical inputs , Wildlife

Title: Common ground
Contributors: a co-production of the National Audubon Society and Turner Broadcasting System
Published: Washington, D.C., : WETA , 1987
Series: National Audubon Society special

Summary: This video describes ways farmers can reduce or eliminate the use of chemicals, reduce toxic exposure to humans and provide habitat for wildlife while maintaining productive soil and crop lands

Subjects: Agricultural ecology , Organic farming , Reduced chemical inputs , Wildlife , Wildlife, attracting and care

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