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Preface (Hal Salwasser) ............................................................. viii

Chapter 1. Introduction: From Scientific Forestry to
Community Forestry
(Robert G. Lee and Donald R. Field) ............. 1

Section I: Sociological Foundations for Studying Community
and Forests
............................................................................... 15

Introduction to Section I: Continuities in the Sociology of
Natural Resources
(Donald R. Field and Robert G. Lee) .............. 15

Chapter 2. Conditions for the Realization of Values Remote in
Time
(Walter Firey) .................................................................... 18

Chapter 3. Rural Sociology and Natural Resources: Building on
Firey
(Donald R. Field, A. E. Luloff, and Richard S. Krannich) ...... 31

Chapter 4. Resource Management as a Democratic Process:
Adaptive Management on Federal Lands
(Nancy Langston) ......... 52

Chapter 5. Human Values and Forests: Changes in the Great Lakes
Wildlands
(Samuel P. Hayes and Greg Clendenning) ................. 77

Chapter 6. Toward the Stabilization and Enrichment of a
Forest Community
(Harold F. Kaufman and Lois C. Kaufman) .... 96

Section II: Diversity and Change in Forest-based
Communities
.......................................................................... 113

Introduction to Section II: Diversity in Interactions between
Communities and Forests
(Robert G. Lee and
Donald R. Field) ...................................................................... 113

Chapter 7. Power Plants and Forest Plans: Two Decades of
Mobilization in a Mountain Forest Community
(Jonathan
London, Paul F. Starrs, and Louise Fortmann) ........................ 116

Chapter 8. Pulp, Paper, and Poverty: Forest-based Rural
Development in Alabama, 1950-2000
(John C. Bliss and
Conner Bailey) ....................................................................... 138

Chapter 9. Occupational Community and Forest Work:
Three Cases from the Pacific Northwest
(Matthew S. Carroll,
Robert G. Lee, and Rebecca J. McLain) ................................... 159

Chapter 10. Communities and Forestry in Canada: A Review and
Analysis of the Model Forest and Community-Forest Programs

(Gary Bull and Olaf Schwab) ................................................... 176

Chapter 11. The National Community Forestry Center—An
Experiment in Institutionalizing Community Forestry in the
United States
(Ajit K. Krishnaswamy) ...................................... 193

Chapter 12. Another Look at Private Forestlands: America’s
Forest Landowners
(James C. Finley, A. E. Luloff, and
S. B. Jones) ............................................................................ 210

Section III: Community and the Urban Forest ..................... 225

Introduction to Section III: Demographic Cycles and the
Future of Urban and Exurban Forests
(Donald R. Field and
Robert G. Lee) ........................................................................ 225

Chapter 13. Community Empowerment and the Urban Forest
(Maureen H. McDonough and Kerry E. Vachta) ....................... 228

Chapter 14. Social Mosaics and Urban Community Forestry in
Baltimore, Maryland
(Morgan Grove, William R. Burch, Jr., and
S. T. A. Pickett) ....................................................................... 249

Chapter 15. Exurban Migration: Implications for Forest
Communities, Policies, and Practices
(Andrew F. Egan and
A. E. Luloff) ............................................................................ 274

Section IV: Conclusions and Implications ........................... 291

Community Complexity: Postmodern Challenges to Forest and
Natural Resources Management
(Robert G. Lee and
Donald R. Field) ..................................................................... 291

Contributors .......................................................................... 304

Index ..................................................................................... 306

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