Bush Forester for Wilderness


The Story of Richard F. Buscher As Told to Paul Hart

The life and achievements of the federal forester who planned and drew the boundaries of the Alpine Lakes and William O. Douglas Wildernesses in Washington State. Richard F. (Bush) Buscher served as a Forest Service planner, district ranger, and forester. He became an eloquent champion of forest management and Wilderness preservation. Included are memorable encounters with Forest Service leaders, congressmen and senators, Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, and First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson. The paper-bound 200-page book contains numerous color and black and white photos.

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