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Title Rewilding agricultural landscapes : a California study in rebalancing the needs of people and nature / edited by H. Scott Butterfield, T. Rodd Kelsey, and Abigail K. Hart.

Publication Info. Washington, DC : Island Press, [2021]

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Description 1 online resource (x, 273 pages) : illustrations, maps
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Front Cover -- About Island Press -- Subscribe -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1: Opportunity Knocks: Water Scarcity and the Potential for Rewilding Agricultural Landscapes in Desert and Dryland Ecosytems Globally -- Part I : Lessons Learned from the San Joaquin Valley -- Chapter 2: Painting the Scene: Natural Plant Communities as Palettes for Restoration on Retired Farmlands -- Chapter 3: Lessons Learned from Over Twenty Years of Habitat Restoration on Retired Farmlands in the San Joaquin Valley
Chapter 4: Animals: The Final Puzzle Piece in a Functioning Natural Community -- Chapter 5: Using Synthesis to Reveal Restoration Lessons Relevant to Rewilding the San Joaquin Desert -- Part II : Principles of Farmland Rewilding from the San Joaquin Valley -- Part 6: Assessing Species' Responses to Climate Change to Guide When, Where, and How to Rewild Retired Farmland -- Chapter 7: Rewilding through Reintroduction -- Chapter 8: Genetic Considerations for Rewilding the San Joaquin Desert -- Chapter 9: Strategic Selection of Lands for Rewilding to Optimize Outcomes and Minimize Costs
Chapter 10: The Role of Diversifying Farmland Management in Rewilding the San Joaquin Valley -- Part III: Socioeconomic and Political Dimensions of Rewilding the San Joaquin Valley -- Chapter 11: Management Changes in Water and Land Use to Benefit People and Nature -- Chapter 12: Learning from Case Studies to Encoruage Landowner Participation in Rewilding the San Joaquin Valley -- Chapter 13: Economics of Rewilding the San Joaquin Valley: Benefits, Costs, and Early Adoption -- Chapter 14: Using Environmental Education and Community-Based Programs to Rewild Habitat -- Part IV: A Rewilding Vision
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Subject Sustainable agriculture.
Restoration ecology.
Restoration ecology.
Sustainable agriculture.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Butterfield, H. Scott, editor.
Kelsey, T. Rodd, editor.
Hart, Abigail K., editor.
ISBN 9781642831276 (electronic bk.)
1642831271 (electronic bk.)