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Midnight Forests: A Story Of Gifford Pinchot And Our National Forests
by Gary Hines
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Gifford Pinchot is regarded as the father of the conservation movement. Pinchot and President Teddy Roosevelt set aside large areas and designated them public lands; these are today's National Forests.
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