Charles H. W. Foster

Charles H. W. Foster is Adjunct Research Associate and Lecturer at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. He is a former Massachusetts Commissioner of Natural Resources, Secretary of Environmental Affairs, and Dean of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

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Cover: Stepping Back to Look Forward: A History of the Massachusetts ForestStepping Back to Look Forward: A History of the Massachusetts ForestFoster, Charles H. W.HARDCOVER10/01/1998$26.50
Cover: Twentieth-Century New England Land Conservation: A Heritage of Civic EngagementTwentieth-Century New England Land Conservation: A Heritage of Civic EngagementFoster, Charles H. W.HARDCOVER03/31/2009$24.95
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