Public land management policy: oversight hearing before the Subcommittee on Public Lands and National Parks of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, first session ....
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Public Lands and National Parks
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1983
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Page 112 - Natural Resources Investment Trust Fund. President Theodore Roosevelt said, "It is safe to say that the prosperity of our people depends directly on the energy and intelligence with which our natural resources are used. It is equally clear that these resources are the final basis of national power and perpetuity.
Page 164 - President Theodore Roosevelt said: "It is safe to say that the prosperity of our people depends directly on the energy and intelligence with which our natural resources are used. It is equally clear that these resources are the final basis of national power and perpetuity.
Page 349 - for the control, management, restoration, conservation and regulation of the bird, fish, game, forestry and wildlife resources of the state, including the purchase or other acquisition of property for said purposes, and for the administration of the laws pertaining thereto." In fiscal 1979 this tax produced over $30 million, surely giving it the rank of king of concepts for state wildlife
Page 336 - from the Land and Water Conservation Fund. The Land and Water Conservation Fund is the foundation on which outdoor recreation development has occurred over the past 20 years
Page 35 - Bereuter. STATEMENT OF HON. DOUGLAS K. BEREUTER, A US REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE STATE OF NEBRASKA Mr. BEREUTER. Thank you, Mr. Chairman, members of the committee. It is good to be back with
Page 250 - 16,000 individuals, organizations and agencies performing an array of civic, professional and technical functions to meet the nation's diverse recreation demands. For the most part, our members are associated with Federal, state
Page 336 - of the Subcommittee, I very much appreciate the opportunity to testify before you concerning the establishment of a National Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission. I am
Page 259 - In reality, the majority of Americans want access to a variety of types of recreation resources at different locations; at different hours of the day; on different days of the week; and during different seasons of the year.
Page 250 - engaged in a wide range of research, education, policy and program initiatives, principally in the area of public parks and recreation.