I begin by briefly reviewing the theoretical tools in this book and their relevance for conservation. I then return to the issue of Marx and Foucault raised in Chapter 1. Marx and Foucault take me to “how” questions. Here I link them to ethnography, and ethnography to relatively invisible domains. I examine linkages between power and the economy, and the effect of discursive power on our ability to “see” those linkages. A short note on ecology in the book follows. I end by considering how we might not govern in conservation.