How to build better waterways and wildlife land areas, and organize for mutual benefit and more clout. Choose your allies carefully, Vogt warns, and watch out for what the Vermont Fish and Game Department calls ugi-busies: ultra good intentioned but unwitting super instantaneous ecologists. Adhere to low-impact practices in hiking, birding, fishing, and hunting. Start a local interest group (Constitution suggested) and send your cards and letters to Washington. Vogt includes several case histories of individual and small-group successes, and skimpy summaries of such issues as strip mining and public-land policies, Grass-roots appeal.