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The rational landscape in the Garden of Eden: deriving a complex ecological aesthetic from the tastes and interpretations of New Zealand's farmed landscapes
(Lincoln University, 2002)
Landscapes are representations of a range of possible ways of life, at the same time people may interpret landscapes in a variety of ways, ascribing different meanings to the same landscape and expressing these through ...
Clean and green but messy: the contested landscape of New Zealand's organic farms
(Oral History Society, 2000)
New Zealand's 'Clean and Green' image of nature and landscape has been naturalised into the collective psyche of New Zealanders, and is continually being promoted to tourists and visitors. There is, however, a tension in ...