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Forest Service Grazing and Rangelands A History. Texas A&M University Press, College Station. The Use Book - Grazing Section. Department of Agriculture, Washington DC. 270 pp. USDA Forest Service. The Use of the National Forest Reserves. 80 pp. 113 pp. Rangeland Management.

The United States Forest Service (USFS) is an agency of the . Department of Agriculture that administers the nation's 154 national forests and 20 national grasslands Major.

The project was funded by the . Department of Agriculture Forest Service and . Department of the Interior.

The 2010 Resources Planning Act (RPA) Assessment summarizes findings about the status, trends, and projected future of forests, rangelands, wildlife and fish, biodiversity, water, outdoor recreation, wilderness, and urban forests, as well as the effects of climate change upon these resources. The project was funded by the .

Forest Service History Books. Forest History Today Magazine. Environmental History Journal. The Forest Timeline Newsletter.

Each of us contributes in our own way to sustaining our nations' forests and grasslands, delivering benefits to the public, helping the global natural resource community make better management decisions, and making the Forest Service a high-performing agency

Each of us contributes in our own way to sustaining our nations' forests and grasslands, delivering benefits to the public, helping the global natural resource community make better management decisions, and making the Forest Service a high-performing agency. It takes all of us, and all of our jobs, for the Forest Service to succeed in its mission. I am the forest silviculturist for the Kaibab and Coconino National Forest. I sustain our nation's forests and grasslands. I am the Forest Service

The Forest Service's controls represent not only attempts to protect a resource but also a social experiment designed to prevent the monopolization of rangelands by large outfits and to encourage small enterprises.

The Forest Service's controls represent not only attempts to protect a resource but also a social experiment designed to prevent the monopolization of rangelands by large outfits and to encourage small enterprises.

USDA Forest Service Headquarters History Collection, Forest History Society . Forest Service: a history. University of Washington Press, SeattleGoogle Scholar.

USDA Forest Service Headquarters History Collection, Forest History Society, Durham, NCGoogle Scholar. Clapp EH (1938) The decennial of the McSweeney-McNary Act. J For 36(9):832–836Google Scholar. 95–307Google Scholar. Forest History Society (2009a) Carlisle P. Cap Winslow. US Department of Agriculture (1883) Report of the commissioner of agriculture for the year 1883.

Forests and forestry United States, Rangelands United States. of Agriculture, Forest Service. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library. WorldCat (this item).


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