The Countryside Notebook
August 2005, Wiley-Blackwell
- Useful lists of further reading, references and websites at the end of each chapter
- Contributions from a wide range of experts
- International scope with content relevant to temperate climates outside the UK
- Additional support through a companion website
The book is divided into four accessible sections: Rural Development, Rural Society and Government, Rural Environment and The Rural Economy. Carefully developed to meet the needs of anyone studying courses in agricultural sciences, countryside management, rural studies, rural environment and countryside environment. Students, lecturers, managers and consultants in these areas will find this book a valuable purchase. All libraries in universities and colleges where these subjects are studied and taught will find it a welcome addition to their shelves.
1 One thousand years of rural life.
Part 2 Rural Society & Government.
2 An introduction to contemporary rural economies.
M Winter and M Lobley.
3 More than picturesque: An introduction to contemporary rural society.
M Reed and M Lobley.
4 Countryside law.
5 Rural planning.
P Tyler P Warner.
Part 3 The Rural Environment.
6 Nature conservation.
S Blackburn and P Brassley.
8 Building conservation.
Part 4 The Rural Economy.
9 The common agricultural policy of the European Union.
P Brassley and M Lobley.
10 Livestock production.
11 Cropping in the UK.
13 Organic farming.
14 Farm woodland management.
AD Carter and I Willoughby.
15 Game bird management.
J Houghton Brown.
17 Amenity fisheries and aquaculture.
P Haughton and D Horsely.
19 Marketing management.
20 Managing people.
- A new textbook specially designed for use on rural and countryside courses
- Sister book to the successful Agricultural Notebook
- Edited by Richard Soffe, with contributions from a wide range of experts
- International scope: also suitable for use in temperate countries outside the UK