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Title: Range management on the National Forests
Author: Jardine, James T.; Anderson, Mark
Source: Bulletin No. 790. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture. 98 p.
Description: In the administration of the National Forests the aim is to convey to the greatest possible number the full benefit of all the resources which the Forests contain and at the same time to perpetuate these resources by regulating their use. Accordingly, grazing on the National Forests is regulated with the object of using the grazing resources to the fullest extent possible, consistent with the protection, development, and use of other resources.
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Jardine, James T.; Anderson, Mark 1919. Range management on the National Forests. Bulletin No. 790. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture. 98 p.
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