Mark Baker (FERP faculty) Returns Spring 2022



Teaches courses in the departments of Politics, Geography, and Environmental Science. He is interested in enduring and emerging community-based natural resource management regimes, with a particular focus on equity, collective action, and political authority. He is the author of The Kuhls of Kangra: Community-Managed Irrigation in the Western Himalaya (University of Washington Press, 2005) and the co-author of Community Forestry in the United States: Learning from the Past, Crafting the Future (Island Press, 2003).

Areas of Interest: 

Community-based natural resources management, socio-ecological impacts of hydropower development, community-

forestry, water politics, political ecology, South Asia, North America

Ph.D. 1994, Wildland Resource Science, UC Berkeley
Mark Baker  (FERP faculty) Returns Spring 2022
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