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Book recounts environmentalists' fight in the Bay Area

Paul McHugh writes in SF Gate about a new book that I’d like to read:

The broad bands of green land that embrace Bay Area urban zones offer both humans and wildlife refuge, respite and regeneration. These preserves are no accident of history. They result from a hard-fought, century-long crusade. This immense battle is recounted in illuminating detail by Cal professor Richard Walker in a book, “The Country in the City,” just out from the University of Washington Press.

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July 19, 2007 - Posted by | Environment

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