'Take Back Your Campfire’: A Study of Local Level Perceptions to Electric Fencing in the Framework of Binga’s Campfire Programme
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Today it is generally accepted that wildlife can be fully conserved by involving local' people in its management (Bromley and Carnea, 1989: 10; Berkes and Farvar, 1989: 3). The argument is that benefits to the people who live with the resources will give value to wildlife. Local people will also start to regard wildlife as their own and, because of that, will stop poaching them. (Murpnree, 1991; Makombe, 1993).