Layton, UT; (1995): Gibbs Smith. First Edition. Quarto. Item #025027
104p. Inscribed by the author and photographer. This work nominated for a Pulitzer Price has struck a chord with both the Western ranch owner and the ecologist. There is a balance that has been praised by major voices in both traditions. The author takes ten ranches and shows how the richness of the Western tradition that shows how major ranches understand their care of the land which is restorative can preserve the environment (as Robert M. Miller, DMV writes in the Western Horseman: "Ranchers and environmentalists have far more compatible goals than would be users of the land for other purposes." Dan Dagget inscribes: For turning battleground into common ground." Jay Dusart (inscribed to Dick) writes: "with all good wishes from and far the range." Bound in stiff pictorial paper wraps. Near fine.