Conservation of Natural Resources.

Issue 1 and Volume 45.

Conservation of Natural Resources. It seems not improbable that there will be an international co-operation between the United States. Mexico and Canada as to how it will be best to solve the problem of the conservation of the natural resources of each country. President Roosevelt has invited such co-operation, and, as the efforts of the United States in this direction have approached a stage where it and the other two countries can do good work all round by actively joining in the movement, it is to be hoped they, also, will add themselves to it. Like the United States, they, likewise, abound in natural resources—not least in forests, streams and lakes; but with this difference, that these resources have not been developed to the same extent as in this country. Much less has the hand of the spoiler been so heavily laid upon them, for which reason the process of…

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