SECTION I: Conceptualizing agricultural restructuring and sustainability 1. Sustainable development: a critical review of rural land use policy in the UK 2. Sustainability, spatial hierarchies and land-based production 3. Greening and globalizing: agriculture in 'the new times' SECTION II: Family farming and farming culture 4. Sustainable technologies, sustainable farms: farms, households and structural change 5. Environmental change and farm restructuring in Britain: the impact of the farm family life cycle 6. The construction of environmental meanings within 'farming culture': the implications for agri-environmental research 7. Community-level worldviews and the sustainability of agriculture SECTION III: Diversification and alternative agriculture 8. Rural re-regulation and institutional sustainability: a case study of alternative farming systems in England 9. On- and off-farm business diversification by farm households in England 10. Great Plains agroecologies: the continuum from conventional to alternative agriculture in Colorado SECTION IV: Agriculture sustainability and climate change 11. Agricultural system response to environmental stress 12. Adaptability of agricultural systems to global climate change: a Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada pilot study 13. Agricultural response to climate change: a preliminary investigation of farm-level adaptation in Southern Alberta SECTION V: Sustainable agriculture and environmental policy 14. Policy, sustainability and scale: the US Conservation Reserve Programme 15. Something old, new, borrowed and blue: the marriage of agriculture and conservation in England 16. Farmer reaction to agri-environmental schemes: a study of participants in south west England and the implications for research and policy development 17. Achieving sustainability in agricultural land management through landowner involvement in stewardship programmes SECTION VI: Sustainability and restructuring the agricultural system 18. Scale change, discontinuity and polarization in Canadian farm-based rural systems 19. Sustainability issues in the industrialization of hog production in the United States 20. Sustainable agriculture and its social geographic context in Ontario 21. Restructuring for rural sustainability: overcoming scale conflicts and cultural biases
Fox Trapping. A Book of Instruction on how to Trap, Snare, Poison and Shoot Foxes. A valuable Book for Pest Management, hunters and trappers alike offering traditional and time proven methods of fox control. If all the methods as given in this book had been studied out by one man and he began trapping when Columbus discovered America, more than four hundred years ago, he would not be half completed. The methods given on the following pages are principally taken from articles published in the H-T-T, and as the writers give their own most successful methods, the trapper of little experience with fox will find them of great value. Their articles are from all parts of America, so that trappers from any section will find a method or methods that can be used. The red fox is the one most sets describe, yet what is a good method for one species is apt to be for others.
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