The Greatest Good: A Forest Service Centennial Film

The Greatest Good tells the story of the U.S. Forest Service and the public lands the agency manages. Produced by the U.S. Forest Service and distributed by the Forest History Society, the film weaves historic footage and still photographs with interviews with historians, timber industry and environmental leaders, and Forest Service employees to illuminate the past one hundred years of accomplishments and controversies experienced while managing 191 million acres of America’s land. Throughout the film, the question is asked: what is the greatest good?

Narrated by Charles Osgood, the two-hour film is part of a 3-disc DVD set. Order the DVD and Book together and save!

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