Ranching, Endangered Species, and Urbanization in the Southwest: Species of Capital

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Nathan Sayre takes a close look at how the ranching ideal has come into play in the conversion of a large tract of Arizona rangeland from private ranch to National Wildlife Refuge. He tells how the Buenos Aires Ranch, a working operation for a hundred years, became not only a rallying point for multiple agendas in the "rangeland conflict" after its conversion to a wildlife refuge but also an expression of the larger shift from agricultural to urban economies in the Southwest since World War II.

Ranching, Endangered Species, and Urbanization in the Southwest: Species of Capital 2006, University of Arizona Press

ISBN-13: 9780816525522

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Ranching, Endangered Species, and Urbanization in the Southwest: Species of Capital 2002, University of Arizona Press

ISBN-13: 9780816521586

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