Pioneer of conservation offers insights

Some Aspects of Nature Conservation in New South Wales during the 1950s and 1960s, by Allen A Strom

 

This story is a must-read for anyone who wishes to know how to make environmental change for the better, particularly through government. Told by Allen Strom, Chief Guardian of Fauna for 10 years and a leading conservationist in Australia, the book describes his trials and tribulations in nature conservation, particularly when dealing with politicians and the machinations of bureaucracy. It also demonstrates what can be done to make change on a shoe-string budget, with few staff, but plenty of will and passion. 

It's a steal at $5.99 and all proceeds go to AAEE NSW. Get your copy now!

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