The Conservation Activities of the American Legion Department of California
Abstract:In a democracy no public activity can long continue or progress very far unless it has adequate public support. Obviously, if forestry is to develop as it should in the United States, it needs more than the support of foresters. Many lay groups have become genuinely and intelligently interested in forestry, but few groups have been more effective than the American Legion. The following article, written by an ex-service member of the Society, describes the conservation activities of the American Legion in California.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Pasadena Junior College
Publication date: April 1, 1941
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