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U.S. Interior Secretary Jewell Introduces Her Vision for Conservation, Balanced Development and Youth Engagement in National Press Club Speech

U.S. Dept. of the Interior – October 31, 2013
By U.S. Dept. of the Interior

U.S. Interior Secretary Jewell Introduces Her Vision for Conservation, Balanced Development and Youth Engagement in National Press Club Speech WASHINGTON, D.C. – In remarks today at the National Press Club, Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell laid out a strong agenda to strengthen our economy and ensure that we pass along our nation’s rich conservation legacy to the next generation – a path forward that includes balanced development and engaging and employing youth on our public lands. “President Obama believes that we have a moral obligation to the next generation to leave our land, water, and wildlife better than we found it,” Jewell said. “Passing along the blessings that we have inherited will take action and a commitment to…
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