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Wrong votes can quickly reverse the U.S. conservation progress

March 13, 2014
Mike Bleech , The Times Observer

Mainly as a result of prodding by sportsmen, elected officials made the conservation movement possible by enacting laws. Conservation of the natural world is still highly desirable to the American public, probably more so than when the conservation movement began around the end of the 19th Century and start of the 20th Century. We see this now in the debates over clean energy, deer management, trout stocking and other issues, some of which can have the result of splintering conservationists. Hopefully this will not allow new laws which do not have the best interests of wildlife and nature in general at heart.

 
 

 

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