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Recreation Uses on the National Forests (Classic Reprint)

Recreation Uses on the National Forests (Classic Reprint)

ISBN: 9781445501451
Publisher: Hewlett Press
Publication Date: 2010-02-15
Number of pages: 44
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Excerpt from Recreation Uses on the National Forests

Long before the National Forests were established men went hunting in the woods and fishing in the streams. Camping and picnicking in the wilds had an ancient priority over the administration of those same areas by the Federal Government for the production of timber and the conservation of water. These conditions were not changed by the assignment of the lands to the care of the National Forest Service, except that such recreation uses were multiplied and intensified.

It is of course inevitable that the Forests should be so used. Outdoor recreation is a necessity of civilized life, and as civilization becomes more intensive the demand grows keener. The vast extent of our present National Forests, their enticing wildness, and the notable beauty of the native landscape lure men and women thither by hundreds of thousands. The really enormous extent and value of this kind of forest product has been generally overlooked in America.

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