Various national and state agencies acquiring lands for conservation purposes require coordination if a national land policy and program is to be achieved, and if sound steps are to be taken to effect rural rehabilitation. To begin the coordination of these various efforts the Land Program of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration was organized in July, 1934, and the work of this agency is being continued through the Division of Land Planning and Development of the newly organized Administration.
Document Type: Journal Article
Resettlement Administration, Washington
Publication date: August 1, 1935
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