Phantom Parks : The Struggle To Save Canada’s National Parks

Riding Mountain National Park is an island of pine, aspen, spruce and bunchgrass prairie that sprawls along the edge of a glacial escarpment in Manitoba. At a time in history when conservationists have come to rely more on computers and remote sensing than binoculars and gumboots as tools of their trade, Riding Mountain has given Canada one of its more powerful visual metaphors for ecological decline.
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