Gifford Pinchot-Conservation Hero




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Published on Mar 26, 2012

Executive Productions-Seattle produced a series of short films on Conservation Heroes for the Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry, primarily in the Pine Creek watershed. This piece is focused on Gifford PInchot who was best known for establishing the US Forest policy of multiple use management or "The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number in the Long Run" Scenics were filmed in Pine Creek River Gorge which has recovered from the past abuses of logging and now is treasured recreational area.

www.execproductions.com (206) 780-2500
Narrated by Dick Foley, co-founder of The Brother's Four, a well-known folk music group.


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