Land enough for all: Using and conserving land

Juhola, Helen; Fedorick, Joy
January 1991
Women & Environments;Winter/Spring91, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p28
Focuses on the content of a slide presentation concerning creative conservation of natural areas in an urban setting in Canada. Discussion on urban problems in southern Canada; Possible solutions on the identified problems.


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