By: Gifford Pinchot
522 pages, B/w photos
&i;Breaking New Ground&o; is the best-selling 1947 autobiography of Gifford Pinchot, first chief of the forest service in Theodore Roosevelt's administration. A powerful and controversial figure, he saw the forests as a precious resource to be managed for maximum yield with minimum long-term damage. Second edition includes new introduction and 32 page photo section.
Gifford Pinchot is the man to whom the nation owes most for what has been accomplished as regards the preservation of the natural resources of our country. --Theodore Roosevelt
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