Land Title: Environmental Science: Systems and Solutions, Fourth Edition Authors: Michael I. McKinney, Robert M. Schoch, Logan Yonavjak
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Chapter 12: Land Resources and Management

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) established by Congress in 1984, is dedicated to preserving natural species.
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF)
Sprawl Watch is a clearinghouse for information on sprawl, including policies, activism, resources, and organization links.
Sprawl Watch
The Bureau of Land Management manages 262 million acres of American public land. Learn more about their main projects on their home page.
Bureau of Land Management
This office manages the multiple uses of costal and ocean resources. Learn more about the legislation affecting ocean resources and what the OCRM does to protect and manage US waters.
US Office of Ocean and Costal Resource Management
Issues surrounding biodiversity losses in modern times are discussed at the following web sites World Resources Institute.
World Resources Institute
This web site describes key issues involving sprawl and directs you to more information.
Sprawl Guide
To thin overstocked forest stands, clear away vegetation and trees to create firebreaks, provide funding and guidance to reduce or eliminate hazardous fuels in National Forests, improve forest firefighting, and research new methods to halt destructive insects.
Healthy Forests Initiative
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