Environmental Analysis (Pomona)
Here’s how President Obama celebrated the National Park Service’s 100th birthday: with the stroke of his pen, he established the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument in Maine, one of the most innovative initiatives in U.S. environmental history. That’s because the 87,500-acre park, which encompasses some of the Pine Tree State’s most remarkable forests and waterways, is a gift of the Quimby family and comes with a $40 million endowment, a private-public partnership without parallel.
© 2016 Char Miller
Miller, Char. "The Pinchot Wire: Private Cash, Public Lands - Why the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument Matters." Web Blog Post. Pinchot Institute for Conservation, 29 Aug. 2016. Web.