Which statement describes why the us forest service is important a-it protects ecosystems, supervises public access of lands, and manages wilderness areas. b-it supervises public access of lands, manages wilderness areas, and enforces federal wildlife laws. c- it manages wilderness areas, enforces federal wildlife laws, and foreign governments with international conservation efforts. d- it enforces federal wildlife laws, foreign governments with international conservation efforts, and protects ecosystems.
Explanation:The US forest service deals with the federal wildlife laws. It makes a huge effort on the foreign governments for the conservation of wildlife campaigns and programs.The motive of this forest service is "to protect and conserve the ecosystem" around the world.
Explanation: It protects ecosystems, supervises public access of lands, and manages wilderness areas.
B) the meat inspection act
B. conducted the first scientific study of the country's water, forest, soil, and mineral resources
B. US Fish and Wildlife Service
FWS are enforcing federal wildlife laws which in turn helpd protect endangered species, conserving and restoring the habitats.
B.US Fish and Wildlife Service
establish a system for meat inspection
Explanation:is a 1906 novel by the American journalist and novelist Upton Sinclair (1878–1968). Sinclair wrote the novel to portray the harsh conditions and exploited lives of immigrants in the United States in Chicago and similar industrialized cities. His primary purpose in describing the meat industry and its working conditions was to advance socialism in the United States. However, most readers were more concerned with several passages exposing health violations and unsanitary practices in the American meat packing industry during the early 20th century, which greatly contributed to a public outcry which led to reforms including the Meat Inspection Act.
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1. Theodore Roosevelt
4. Square Deal
6. William Howard Taft
7. income tax
9. Woodrow Wilson
10. New Freedom
12. Federal Reserve Act
13. Federal Trade Commission
14. The purpose of the Federal Reserve Act was to give the nation a monetary and financial system that is safer, more flexible, and more stable. In accordance with this purpose, the Federal Reserve Act regulated banking through a central board over regional banks.
15. President Roosevelt broke up trust in the railroad, beef, oil, and tobacco industries. Because of his anti-trust prosecutions and regulatory reforms, President Roosevelt became popularly known as the "trust buster. He mainly targeted trusts that were found to have jacked up rates and exploited consumers.
16. The job of the National Conservation Commission was to prepare an inventory of the nation's natural resources, and develop concepts of resource management as a comprehensive policy recommendation for the government. To carry out this job, the commission was sub-divided into four sections – water, forests, lands, and minerals. Each of the sections had its own chairman.
17. William Howard Taft was elected President of the United States in 1908. Taft won the 1908 Republican president nomination with the support of incumbent President Roosevelt, and thereafter won the general elections. He served as the 27th President of the United States from 1909 to 1913.
18. Although Roosevelt won every primary, Taft won the Republican nomination because the delegates chosen in the primaries were a minority. Roosevelt in fact insisted that President Taft had instigated fraudulent seating of delegates so as to seize the presidential nomination from the progressive faction of the Party. As a result of this, and with the support of convention chairman Elihu Root, Taft's conservative faction outvoted Roosevelt's progressive faction.