Conservation Trustsby Sally K. Fairfax, Darla Guenzler
"A book at the cutting edge of environmental governance. It describes the enormous advantages as well as the downsides of the array of organizations based on trust principles emerging in landscape management. The authors weave together useful, practical advice on trust design and sophisticated analysis of implications for democratic accountability."Helen Ingram, coauthor of Policy Design for Democracy and Divided Waters
"A fresh book that breaks revolutionary ground in the conservation trust field. The implications and guidelines set out in Conservation Trusts will help those who are concerned with conservation issues to realize just how crucial a tool the law is and how usefuland supremely flexibleit is."Paul F. Starrs, author of Let the Cowboy Ride: Cattle Ranching in the American West
Author Biography: Sally K. Fairfax is professor of natural resource policy, administration, and law at the University of California, Berkeley, and coauthor of State Trust Lands: History, Management, and Sustainable Use, also published by Kansas.
Darls Guenzler is associate director of the Bay Area Open Space Council.
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