Breaking New Ground
by Gifford Pinchot
Island Press, 1987 reprint
522 pages, paperback
Cover and page ends are a little soiled and worn. Inscription written on the half-title page. A few marks found in the text. Binding is good.
The autobiography of Gifford Pinchot, founder and first chief of the Forest Service, who served under Theodore Roosevelt and worked vigorously to preserve American forests. A conservation classic, first published in 1947.