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ALTERNATIVE FUTURES FOR PRAIRIE AGRICULTURAL COMMUNITIES by  Jerome (editor) Martin - Paperback - 1991 - from Ravenswood Books and


by Martin, Jerome (editor)

Condition: New

University of Alberta Press. New. 1991. Softcover. 1550910116 . Large softcover is new and unread, no markings, light scuffing of front cover and a tiny corner crease. 316 pages. b/w illus.Prairie agricultural communities face serious problems: low grain prices, possible changes in climate caused by the greenhouse effect, bankruptcies of farms & declining rural populations. A multi-disciplinary group of concerned people, including scientists, writers, farmers & others, address these problems and develop the beginning of a vision, which is based on dramatic changes in markets, concern for the environment and climate. This book is a must for prairie people.; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall .


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