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“Guardians, not Gardeners”

Of all the sweeping conservation laws of the 1960s, the Wilderness Act most expanded the boundaries of conservation thinking. Olaus Murie, a biologist and president of The Wilderness Society, said our attitude toward wild places addressed nothing less than “the real problem of what the human species is to do with this Earth.” photo by Miguel Vieira, on FlickrSunol Wilderness, California Visionary as it was, however, the Wilderness Act did not anticipate…
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by: Roger Kaye – Autumn 2014

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