ISBN: 9781603584975 Year Added to Catalog: 2014 Book Format: Paperback Book Art: Full Color Dimensions: 8x10 Number of Pages: 320 Book Publisher: Chelsea Green Release Date: July 29, 2014 Web Product ID: 792
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Wayne Weisman and Dan Halsey at Kinstone
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Organization: Readings, narrated power point presentations, field skills, hands-on techniques and practice.
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