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The Enduring Wilderness Protecting Our Natural Heritage Through the Wilderness Act

By: Doug Scott(Author)
184 pages, illustrations, maps
The Enduring Wilderness
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A look at protecting America's wilderness and an explanation of the Wilderness Act.

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Doug Scott is policy director of The Campaign for America's Wilderness and has been at the forefront of many of the important wilderness preservation campaigns as a strategist and lobbyist. In the 1980s, Scott was conservation director and, later, associate executive director of the Sierra Club. In 1996 he received the club's highest honor, the John Muir Award.

By: Doug Scott(Author)
184 pages, illustrations, maps
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