Have you ever wondered how public lands contribute to your life? Or how your values and opinions can make a difference in how public lands are managed? For centuries, our forest lands have given us access to the wild. We formed a spiritual connection between those resources and our hearts and souls — and our pocketbooks. The forests also provided the resources necessary to build a nation, from the modest log cabins of pioneer families to ships, railroads, and cities. Americans hold nature dear, but we’ve used it more and more as our population grows. It is this dual role …
View From the Center: What’s next in resource management on our public lands?
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