In my book I elaborate on what I call a ‘conservation sense of place’, generally referring to activities, ideas and emotions that value non-human nature.
One of the most important issues around the questions Land for what? Land for Whom? is how we make decisions about how land is used.
A farmer on a sporting estate near the Cairngorms told me recently about the role of pheasant shooting on the estate where he works. The
This is the second seminar in the series Land Justice: For and by the people Participatory Democracy in the UK Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/participatory-democracy-in-practice-in-the-uk-tickets-198864006597 Speakers: Richard Lee
A SENSE OF PLACE IN THE CAIRNGORMS By BRIAN MORRIS REVIEW. BONNIE VANDESTEEG LAND FOR WHAT? LAND FOR WHOM? SENSES OF PLACE AND CONFLICT
Royal Anthropology Institute To register: https://therai.org.uk/conferences/anthropology-and-conservation This is not a free conference and cheapest tickets are 30.00 for concessions, eg students, low income, retired. Nevertheless,