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&i;"Americans are very mobile today and many have become disillusioned with the masses encountered in the national parks...The national forests are a national secret to most people. 'This Land' will begin to unfurl that secret"&o; - Lawrence R. Stritch, President of the Eastern Panhandle Native Plant Society of West Virginia.
To my knowledge, there is no other title that assembles the information gathered in this book in such a comprehensive and helpful manner.... This Land will be a singular, indispensable and definitive title on the national forests for some time to come. - John A. Murray, author of Writing about Nature "This Land adeptly conveys the sense of awe that characterizes our national forests. In the end, this volume will help us and future generations understand and appreciate the wealth of this land and remind us of the importance of being responsible stewards of the people's land today and for future generations." - Mike Dombeck, Chief Emeritus, U.S. Forest Service"
Foreword; Preface; Introduction; National Forests in Alaska; National Forests in Arizona; National Forests in California; National Forests in Idaho; National Forests in Nevada; National Forests in Oregon; National Forests in Utah; National Forests in Washington; Index.
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Robert H. Mohlenbrock is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, and Senior Scientist at Biotic Consultants, Inc. Among his many books are You Can Grow Tropical Fruit Trees (1999), Field Guide to North American Trees (1987), Field Guide to North American Wildflowers (1987), and Where Have All the Wildflowers Gone? (1983). Mike Dombeck is Chief Emeritus of the U.S. Forest Service.
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