(7 Mar 1902 - 15 Nov 1964)
American forester and conservationist who was a co-founder of the Wilderness Society. During three decades with the U.S. Forest Service, his interests included soil conservation and watershed management. He wrote two books and over a hundred articles concerning water, land, people and forests.
Science Quotes by Bernard Frank (1 quote)
You could write the story of mans growth in terms of his epic concerns with water.
— Bernard Frank
Opening sentence of 'Our Need For Water', United States Department of Agriculture, The Yearbook of Agriculture, 1955 (1955), 1.
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Our Need For Water - by Frank Bernard (1955)