On October 17, 1916, the Pisgah National Forest was the first national forest established under the Weeks Act of 1911. Written by FHS historian Jamie Lewis, this post was originally published in the online version of the 853 more words
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The earth, I repeat, belongs of right to all its people, and not to a minority, insignificant in numbers but tremendous in wealth and power. 62 more words
Business moves fast, trends come and go and we are all looking for that magic spell to help us to move with our markets as fast as our competitors. 609 more words
For the want of a trail, the finest white pine forests in the United States were laid waste and scores of lives lost (speaking of the big fire of 1910). 63 more words
I haven’t been over on this site in a little while and thought I should probably give it some attention and add a new image on here. 80 more words
I’m angry, frustrated and fed up with politicians and those who’s agenda is focused on one thing. Lining their pockets with money.
As the founder of Hike By Faith and a resident of Pennsylvania I spend most of my hiking trips in our state parks exploring nature and their beauty. 77 more words