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Conservation Hunting : People and Wildlife in Canada’s North

Freeman, Milton M.R. and Hudson, Robert J. and Foote, Lee (2005) Conservation Hunting : People and Wildlife in Canada’s North. In: People, wildlife and hunting: People, wildlife and hunting:, Oct. 24-26, 2004, Edmonton.

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The international conference titled People, Wildlife, and Hunting: Emerging Conservation Paradigms brought together people sharing a common involvement or interest in conservation hunting and recognized the significant contribution hunting can make to social and ecological well-being. The goal of the conference was to explore the relationship linking trophy hunting, wildlife conservation, large-mammal management, community economies, and community sustainability in rural areas. This report focuses more particularly (but not exclusively) upon community-based conservation hunting programs operating in the Canadian North. Conference participants included hunters, outfitters, community representatives, wildlife managers, researchers and conservationists from across Canada and from overseas.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Additional Information: Papers from a conference titled: People, wildlife and hunting: emerging conservation paradigms, held in Edmonton, Oct. 24-26, 2004. Co-Published with the Alberta Cooperatives Conservation Research Unit (ACCRU)
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    Uncontrolled Keywords: 1. Wildlife management--Canada, Northern--Congresses. 2. Hunting--Canada, Northern--Congresses 3. Rural development--Canada, Northern--Congresses
    Subjects: ?? sociology_social ??
    Date Deposited: 12 Feb 2013 15:04

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