The latest issue of the Countryside Management Association's magazine, Ranger, is now available online. It contains a major article by Ian Rotherham - "How we lost our way with cuts to local authority countryside & environmental services."
Please click on the link to view the latest Ranger Magazine.
Ian's article is available as a free research download as a single item from the UKEconet Research Tourism (Environment, Tourism & Recreation) section. Please click here.
A further selection of free research downloads have just been made available on the Wildtrack Store: Free Research Downloads section. They are:
Over the past few days, a number of further free research downloads have been adding which cover most categories.
Now available as free downloads with quick previews from the Wildtrack Store, Free Downloads (Trees, Woods & Forests Management section)
The results of the project and further information can be found at the project website: Ecclesfield District Archives
Our free research downloads continue with two further additions, both Journal of Practical Ecology & Conservation which have been added to the Research/Surveys section. They are available to view and download, free of charge, via these links:
We have added a number of new, free, research papers and articles in the Research section. Direct links to preview pages (and relevant sections) below. Downloads are made via the 'Add to Cart' button.
Torpor in Common Swifts (Ornithology)
Water, Wetlands & Project Champions (Water & Wetlands - General - no preview available)
The Tourism Economic Argument for Wetlands (Tourism & Economics)
Emerging Concepts and Case Studies of Eco-Cultural Tourism (Environment, Tourism & Recreation)
Sustaining Tourism Infrastructures for Religious Tourists and Pilgrims Within the UK (Religious Tourism & Pilgrimage)
'Who's Wild Now?' - Wilding Issues (Wilder by Design) (Conservation & Restoration)
Biocultural Heritage & Biodiversity (Cultural Landscapes)
Landscape & Biocultural Diversity (Cultural Landscapes)
The Call of the Wild: Perceptions, History, People in the Emerging Paradigms of Wilding (Cultural Landscapes)
A Fear of Nature (Heaths, Moors & Bogs)
War & Peat: Exploitation (Heaths, Moors & Bogs)
The SYBRG team