summary differentiating conservation and preservation

Both conservation and preservation activities are currently part of all national forest

management programs. The Bridger Teton video discusses one controversy between those

who want to harvest the resources of one section of the forest in an environmentally friendly

way (conservation) and others who believe it should be left in its original state

(preservation).

Resource: Ch. 2 Bridger Teton Video Learning Resource (VLR)

Due Date: Day 5 [Individual forum]

View the Ch. 2 Bridger Teton VLR located under the Week Two Materials section of your

aXcess page.

Post a 200- to 300-word response to the following: Provide a brief summary

differentiating conservation and preservation. Do you believe that humans can harvest

forest resources in an environmentally friendly way? Or, should national forests be left in

their natural state in which resources are not used to benefit humans? To which side are

you inclined? Provide specific examples from the Bridger Teton video as you defend your

position.

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