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Environment Photo Essay
President George W. Bush delivers remarks at Sequoia National Park in California May 30, 2001. .Our duty is to use the land well, and sometimes, not to use it at all. This is our responsibility as citizens; but, more than that, it is our calling as stewards of the Earth,. said the President. .Good stewardship of the environment is not just a personal responsibility, it is a public value. Americans are united in the belief that we must preserve our natural heritage and safeguard the land around us.

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