21 April 2015 at 11:01 pm Peter G. Klein
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This may be the most useful document ever produced by a government agency:
It’s real, it was created at the US National Forest Service in 1972 or 1974, and a copy exists in the National Archives. See here and here for the backstory. (HT: Randy Westgren.)
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