ENV S 173 Lecture 11 23

ENV S 173 Lecture 11 23 - ENV S 173 Next Monday November...

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ENV S 173 Lecture 11 23 Next Monday, November 30 (second half of take home final distributed) Part One: Book Analysis of abbey, mcphee, carson (already distributed) Part Two: Final essay Due together, December 8 (9-11 a.m. here) Federal Wilderness and Environmental Legislation Robert Marshall - plant psyiologyst, went to work for forest service, he said to leave forests undevelpoped, he got 1 million acres to get them as a “wild status” U.S. Forest Service - U-Regulations - Added 12 million acres to this wild status, undeveloped Backpacking - Lightweight came from the end of WWII from soldiers who had to survive outside during the war Wilderness Society - Group of people who wanted to lobby commoners for more wilderness land, people who wanted to backpack and wanted more wilderness land, 1956 first bill for wilderness, Wilderness Act (1964) - Congress passed this finally, created 9.1 million acres to be considered permanent wilderness, national wilderness, “where land is untrammeled and man can travel but not
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  • Spring '08
  • Staff
  • United States Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental impact statement, Wilderness Act, Scenic Rivers Act, Wilderness Society Group

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