A Woodland Fantasy

Simmons, Fred C.
May 1982
National Review;5/14/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p560
The article recommends a forest management program that can help the United States maintain the health of its wildlife habitat. The author states that it is a must to establish a scientifically sound educational program to acquaint the general public and the legislators to what forest preservation actually entails. The author also discusses the possible problems in implementing such a program.


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