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by sustainable use of resources and the "wholeness" of the land now termed "ecosystem management. Moore knows a great deal about other forestry issues such as water quality,Bud Moore

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Author: sustainable use of resources and the "wholeness" of the land now termed "ecosystem management. Moore knows a great deal about other forestry issues such as water quality,Bud Moore
ISBN: 0878423338
ISBN13: 978-0878423330
Language: English
Publisher: Mountain Press (June 15, 1996)
Pages: 476
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In addition, Moore knows a great deal about other forestry issues such as water quality, sustainable use of. .I found the book hard to put down

In addition, Moore knows a great deal about other forestry issues such as water quality, sustainable use of resources, and the "wholeness" of the land now termed "ecosystem management. Since retiring from the Forest Service in 1974, Moore has turned his attention to managing Coyote Forest, an 80-acre plot of land in Montana's Swan Valley, plus another 167 acres farther south, near the town of Ovando. I found the book hard to put down. Bud Moore writes of first hand travels through the mountains of Idaho and Montana and has some great tales of encounters with wildlife and nauture as he grew to become a Mountain Man.

The Lochsa Story book. The Lochsa Story: Land Ethics in the Bitterroot Mountains. 0878423338 (ISBN13: 9780878423330).

Moore knows a great deal about other forestry issues such as water quality. ISBN: 978-0-87842-333-0. ISBN-10: 0-87842-333-8. Mountain Press · 1996.

elimination, in the use of synthetic chemicals, and the use of farming practices which . enhance) the quality of soils and water. not be achieved by adding chemical fertiliser to the land.

elimination, in the use of synthetic chemicals, and the use of farming practices which conserve (or. Rather, it depends on the incorporation of. organic matter into the soil.

Holonomics introduces the reader to a dynamic way of seeing and thinking about systems. This last book built on his previous two works Goethe’s Scientific Consciousness (1986) and The Wholeness of Nature: Goethe’s Way of Science (1996).

The term sustainable development was officially introduced to the world . The Relationship between Sustainable Development and Environmental Ethics.

The term sustainable development was officially introduced to the world for the first time. The environment and development are topics that receives worldwide attention, and the. environmental crisis is one of the most pressing issues through which humans extends the.

Moreover, the book's other serious gap enters here: the author shows no real-world human activities based on UN or ecosystem science that have harmed the environment. He does portray several hypothetical possibilities

Moreover, the book's other serious gap enters here: the author shows no real-world human activities based on UN or ecosystem science that have harmed the environment. He does portray several hypothetical possibilities. In point of fact some of the most important early victories of environmentalism policy hinged on these scientific methodologies and established environmental policies as worth our effort on the basis of their capacity for success

Mankind appeared in the middle of last week

Modern humans have been around for only four hours. During the last hour we discovered agriculture. However, our use of God’s resources can be in harmony with nature – we do not have to be destructive. In this issue of Footsteps we cannot begin to cover in depth all of the different issues that come under the heading of the environment. However, we look at practical ways in which we can become more aware of environmental issues and develop sustainable ways of living.

The Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness is a protected wilderness area in the states of Idaho an.The work the Foundation does to service and protect this stunning area is easy to support, spiritually and financially. Rachel Eleanor Thorp recommends Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness. November 13, 2018 ·. Wilderness is meant to be explored, honored, and remembered for our children's children may there be places still like this in the world. September 22, 2017 ·.

The removal of people, often the poorest and the indigenous, from the very resources on which they most rely has a long and troubling history and has framed much . Science Dec 2003, 1912-1913.

Science Dec 2003, 1912-1913.

The Lochsa Story explores the lessons drawn from two centuries of human interaction with northern Idaho's Lochsa country and how those lessons can affect management philosophies of similar regions across the continent and beyond. This personal narrative is thoroughly documented and includes maps and scores of rare, old photographs.
Comments to eBook Lochsa Story, The: Land Ethics in the Bitterroot Mountains
Uleran
This is a unique book written by a remarkable man, Bud Moore. He was a forester, raised in the Lochsa, Bitterroot country of western Idaho and Montana; a man of the land. He became a great advocate for saving the land. He worked for the Forest Service in that part of the country. He turned out to be a suburb writer as well. he tells the fascinating story and history of this part of our country. Also, many great old black and white photos of a long ago time.

This is also part of the Lewis and Clark Trail, so there is that part of the history as well. This has become one of my most favorite books in my home. It's a great story, a great read.
Shadowredeemer
I found this book to be full of good information about the Lochsa Wilderness area. I think the stories could have been written in a more entertaining fashion. After reading the book I felt like I knew the area better than some of the forests I have visited many times. I hope to see the Lochsa in person some day.
Survivors
I bought this book for my husband. He read and pronounced it good and interesting. He loaned it to a friend who also enjoyed reading it.
DART-SKRIMER
book in great condition, can't bet the price
Ynneig
Fascinating true stories about life in the northwest as it was . . . and can never be again! Could any of today's teens survive the wilderness alone? This is a "can't put it down" book.
Syleazahad
They say you are getting old when you can remember things that happened fifty years ago but you can't remember where you put your glasses. By that measure I'm old now (Oh, there they are! On my head!). The Lochsa Story was ancient when Bud told it to my oldest friend, his son Bill, and me. But I remember it perfectly-yes, fifty years later. It fairly leaps out of the recesses of my memory as I read this well researched book. First hand, I know Bud lived it even better than he told it.
Too young and soft at first to join Bud and Bill on their pack trips into the Lochsa, I hardened myself up enough to be included in many of their hunts and camps. Bud could kindle a campfire in a hailstorm (I've watched him do it). Just as surely he set Bill and me afire with tales and adventures he himself experienced on his first hike up over that divide. By the time Bill and I became teenagers our snowshoes traced our own traplines on the very rim of the Lochsa not far from where Bud first laid eyes on it. The fires he set in our hearts burn to this day.
The Lochsa Story is a precious gift that I will cherish until my spirit joins those of all those who ever walked the Lochsa and loved it. I'm privileged to have known all along that Bud would become a legend in his own right, and to have watched him do it. There is no other person on earth more suited to tell The Lochsa Story. My only regret: with this book Bud may have set too many adventurers afire, and the eternal Lochsa will have no peace.
Camper
In 1930, thirteen-year-old Bud Moore climbed over the high ridge above his parent's western Montana homestead, carrying "a battered .30-.30 Winchester, light tarp, one blanket, fish line and hooks, and salt, bacon flour and oatmeal to supplement berries and game." He wanted to explore the wilderness of Idaho's Lochsa River country -- then one of the largest wild regions left in the country. As it turned out, his journey lasted a lifetime, returning as a young man to trap furs in winter, and later as a U.S. Forest Service ranger. His book recounts the history of this region, beginning with the Nez Perce Indians and early Anglo explorers, through his own days as the man responsible for overseeing the first logging and roadbuilding on the forest. As a witness to man's sometimes destructive effects on the forest and its wildlife, Moore has spent a lifetime trying to understand how we can cultivate a better relationship to the land. He shares his wise reflections with us in a deeply personal narrative. Anyone who is concerned with the future of this beautiful region will learn much from "walking the trail" with Bud Moore. The Lochsa Story is an eloquent plea for understanding the land and treating it with respect.
I found the book hard to put down. Bud Moore writes of first hand travels through the mountains of Idaho and Montana and has some great tales of encounters with wildlife and nauture as he grew to become a Mountain Man.
I had the please of meeting Bud while visiting Condon MT several years ago and he shared first hand many of the stories on this book..
Purchase this one and you won't be sorry!
Russell
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