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America's public land is under threat. What can architects do to protect our national resources?

from The Architect's Newspaper

Although debating the ideal size, role, and scope of the federal government is one of America’s great national pastimes, there has typically been surprisingly broad and consistent support for the Antiquities Act of 1906, a landmark conservation law passed by Congress and enacted by President Theodore Roosevelt 111 years ago. The law, generally speaking, grants the United States government — particularly, the President — broad authority in designating federally owned lands as national monuments. more


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