Basic Concepts in Conservation Education

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1943
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King, Ralph
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Whenever wildlife conservation is discussed there is usually almost unanimous agreement that education offers the best if not the only solution to many of the conservation problems still only partly solved. This in spite of the fact that during the past fifteen years our colleges and universities have been turning out scores o£ wildlife technicians each year. During this same period the grade and high schools have included more and more conservation teaching in their curricula, and every other educational medium has been used to some extent to present the principles and preach the practices of conservation.

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