From the abuse of the Amazon rain forest to how Vermont has been marketed as the ideal rural place, this title looks at what the countryside is, and should be. It examines the underlying tendencies and subsequent policies that separate country from city, developed land from wilderness, and human activity from natural processes.
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Melanie Dupuis, enseigne la patisserie dans des formations courtes pour l'Atelier des Sens.
E. Melanie DuPuis is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Cruz and author of Nature's Perfect Food: How Milk Became America's Drink.
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