Maureen G. Reed is a professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Saskatchewan.
Preface Acknowledgments Abbreviations 1. Introduction: Seeing the Trees among Women in Forestry Communities 2. Transition and Social Marginalization of Forestry Communities 3. Policy and Structural Change in Rural British Columbia 4. Women and Woods Work: The Gender of Forestry Jobs 5. Women's Lives, Husbands' Wives: "Managing" Forestry Communities 6. Communities Confront Outsiders 7. Fitting In: Making a Place for Gender in Environmental and Land Use Planning 8. Social Sustainability and the Renewal of Research Agendas Epilogue Appendix: Describing and Reflecting on Research Methods Notes References I ndex