|"Fascinating and informative reading for anyone concerned with the fate of our National Forests."|
-Robert T. Deacon, University of California, Santa Barbara
"This book could not have appeared at a more auspicious time: Never in its 100-year history has the Forest Service been more controversial, politicized, and gridlocked by polarization. While virtually everyone sees the need for changes, there is little consensus about what those changes should be. For those who are tackling the tough issues involved in reforming the agency, this book offers many options and ideas. It is an indispensable resource."
-Doug Crandall, chief of staff, U.S. House of Reprensatives House Subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health
"An invaluable addition to the policy literature on the National Forests and public lands."
-David H. Jackson, The University of Montana School of Forestry