Learning from the Land: Wisconsin Land Use; 2nd Edition
by Bobbie Malone
Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 2011
Paper: 978-0-87020-464-7
Library of Congress Classification HD211.W6M35 2011
Dewey Decimal Classification 333.731309775

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How has the landscape of Wisconsin affected its history? How have people living here changed that landscape over time? What are the implications for the future? The second edition of Learning from the Land addresses these and other questions, asking elementary and middle school readers to think about land use issues throughout Wisconsin's history. This revised edition includes expanded chapters on logging and the lumber industry, land use and planning, and agriculture in the 20th century from farmers' markets to organic farming. New profiles of Gaylord Nelson, pioneer of Earth Day, and Will Allen, founder of Growing Power in Milwaukee, round out this history of land use in Wisconsin.



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