Anthropology | Biodiversity | Forest Management
In posing the question "Where are the pickers?", Love and Jones suggest that the shifting paradigm in forestry is real and that academia is not leading the shift. Love and Jones illustrate the emergence of special forest products' legitimacy in competing uses of forests with their experience and research in mushroom harvesting in the Pacific Northwest.
Thomas Love & Eric Jones
Grounds for argument: Local understandings, science, and global processes in special forest products harvesting.
In Special forest products: Biodiversity meets the marketplace, edited by Nan C. Vance & Jane Thomas
1997, pages 70-87, U.S. Department of Agriculture: Washington, D.C., GTR-W0-63
Love, Thomas and Jones, Eric, "Grounds for Argument: Local Understandings, Science, and Global Processes in Special Forest Products Harvesting" (1997). Faculty Publications. Published Version. Submission 5.