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" I regard the forest as an heritage, given to us by Nature, not for spoil or to devastate, but to be wisely used, reverently honored, and carefully maintained. I regard the forest as a gift entrusted to... "
The Journal of the Department of Victoria - 423 페이지
저자: Victoria. Dept. of Agriculture - 1905
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Forest Culture and Eucalyptus Trees

Ellwood Cooper - 1876 - 237 페이지
...but to hold Converse with nature's charms, and view her stores untold." BTROH. I regard the forest as an heritage given to us by Nature, not for spoil...carefully maintained. I regard the forests as a gift, intrusted to any of us only for transient care during a short space of time, to be surrendered to posterity...
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EUCALYPTUS TREES

ELLWOOD COOPER - 1876
...stores untold . " BYBON. I regard the forest as an heritage given to us by Nature, not for spoil br to devastate, but to be wisely used, reverently honored,...carefully maintained. I regard the forests as a gift, intrusted to any of us only for transient care during a short space of time, to be surrendered to posterity...
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Report of the Secretary of Agriculture ...

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - 1883
...says : I regard the forest as an heritage given us by nature, not for spoil or to devastate, but to bo wisely used, reverently honored, and carefully maintained. I regard the forests as a gift, intrusted to any of us only for transient care during a short space of time, to be surrendered to posterity...
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Annual Report, 3권

Ohio. State Forestry Bureau - 1888
...love.— B. Golt, of Arlsona, Ontario. I regard the forests as an heritage, given to us by nature, notfor spoil or to devastate, but to be wisely used, reverently honored, and carefully maintained. I regard the forest as a gift entrusted to us only for transient care during a short space of time, to be surrendered...
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Proceedings of the American Forestry Congress ...

American Forestry Congress - 1887
...Baron Ferdinand von Mueller, beautifully expresses the situation, when he says: "I regard the forest as an heritage, given to us by nature, not for spoil...reverently honored and carefully maintained. I regard the forest as a gift entrusted to us only for transient care during a short space of time, to be surrendered...
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Annual Report

Ohio. State Forestry Bureau - 1888
...— B. Gott, of ArTcona, Ontario, I regard the forests as an heritage, given to us by nature, notfor spoil or to devastate, but to be wisely used, reverently honored, and carefully maintained. I regard the forest as a gift entrusted to us only for transient care during a short space of time, to be surrendered...
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Report of the Secretary of Agriculture ...

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - 1888
...protected, and more thoroughly utilized, and we would soon regard the forest as a valuable "heritage, not for spoil or to devastate, but to be wisely used, reverently .honored, and carefully maintained," The division has collected during the last year information in rogard to the minor wood-using industries,...
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Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year ...

United States. Department of Agriculture - 1888
...protected, and more thoroughly utilized, and we would soon regard the forest as a valuable "heritage, not for spoil or to devastate, but to be wisely used, reverently honored, and carefully maintained." The division has collected during tlie last year information in regard to tlie minor wood-using industries,...
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Agriculture of Pennsylvania

1885
...as to deserve a place in every book on forests. He says: " I regard the forest as an heritage given us by nature, not for spoil or to devastate, but to...carefully maintained ; I regard the forests as a gift intrusted to any of us only for transient care during a short space of time, to be surrendered to posterity...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 32권

1888
...our great naturalists (Frederick von Miiller) before us : " I regard the forests as a heritage given us by Nature, not for spoil or to devastate, but to...carefully maintained. I regard the forests as a gift intrusted to any of us only for transient care during a short space of time, to be surrendered to posterity...
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