(4 Jun 1880 - 14 Jan 1969)
Science Quotes by Eliot Blackwelder (1 quote)
Eliot Blackwelder (source)
Gifford Pinchot points out that in colonial and pioneer days the forest was a foe and an obstacle to the settler. It had to be cleared away... But [now] as a nation we have not yet come to have a proper respect for the forest and to regard it as an indispensable part of our resourcesone which is easily destroyed but difficult to replace; one which confers great benefits while it endures, but whose disappearance is accompanied by a train of evil consequences not readily foreseen and positively irreparable.
— Eliot Blackwelder
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