Saving the Land

Simon, Anne W.
January 1973
New Republic;1/6/73, Vol. 168 Issue 1/2, p16
Comments on the threat of environmental damage faced by Menemsha Neck, a slim little curve of sand dunes, bog and marsh that extends into a pond on Martha's Vineyard in the U.S. Ecological importance of the Neck as a coastal wetland and a natural resource; Need for radical changes in citizens' approach to conservation to preserve the Neck; Implications on environmental protection.


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