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by Marion Shoard
Marion Shoard (born 6 April 1949) is a British writer and campaigner.
Marion Shoard (born 6 April 1949) is a British writer and campaigner. In 2002 she became the first person to give a name to the "edgelands" between town and country. Since 2004 she has also worked in the field of older people's issues
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Much of what I wrote about in The Theft of the Countryside remains pertinent. I examined the reasons why modern farming was transforming the countryside and the subsidy machine which was fuelling not only damaging landscape change but also the over-production of food. I looked at the value of the English countryside to children, poets and ordinary people out seeking recreation, as well as to industries which rely on the countryside remaining beautiful, such as tourism. I explored the impact of agricultural change on the wildlife, landscape and archaeological remains of the countryside.
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The Theft of the Countryside. Shoard's first book was an attempt to explain how farming was transforming the countryside by chronicling the loss of landscape features and wildlife diversity. It explores the impact of subsidies on such change and food over-production. Shoard proposes a variety of planning control extensions, the designation of new national parks and measures to repair damaged landscapes This Land is Our Land.
of the Countryside by Marion Shoard - This book examines the impact of modern farming on the countryside. England's countryside is not only one of the great treasures of the earth; it is also a vital part of our national identity.
Introduction from The Theft of the Countryside by Marion Shoard - This book examines the impact of modern farming on the countryside. It reveals widespread and irreversible damage to the wildlife, landscape and historical interest of the countryside and urges radical measures to halt the continuing destruction. All of us - even those who rarely step outside our towns - cherish somewhere in our souls the same vision of our real homeland: a rural vision, nowadays conjured up as faithfully by margarine commercials as it was once by Shakespeare's plays.
Foreword by Henry Moore from The Theft of the Countryside by Marion Shoard - This book examines the impact of modern farming on the countryside
Foreword by Henry Moore from The Theft of the Countryside by Marion Shoard - This book examines the impact of modern farming on the countryside.
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