Hedgerows and verges are some of the most threatened features of our environment. In recent years, hedges have been under severe attach from agricultural mechanisation, while verges have often suffered drastic change as a result of misguides methods of management. Some of the most interesting verges are found beside motorways, and here fascinating environmental changes are taking place as a result of the ever-increasing traffic. Processor Dowdeswell's book covers all aspects of current controversies as seen through the eyes of farmers and the general public. It is written in on-technical language, is well illustrated, and will provide stimulating and informative reading for all those with a serious interest countryside conservation, whether student of amateur naturalist.
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Book Description Unwin Hyman, 1987. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0045740410