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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 your artboard start from scratch[clears the canvas] John Muir The ImportanceNational parks preserve habitats for a wide range of native plants and wildlife. Parks maintain biodiversity and protect endangered species. They also provide peoplewith the opportunity to explore and admire the beauty of diverse environments. The Big ProblemNot everyone was happy with the idea of preserving the national parks because they wanted to use that land to build houses, businesses and cities. "Climb the mountainsand get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine into trees." ~John Muir The Progressive ReformerJohn Muir was a naturalists and conservationist who loved to explore"any place that was wild" he was instrumental inthe development of National parks system and to fight to preserve the american wilderness.He spent several years protesting the human impacton the land, trying desperately to save forest destruction. The Progressive reformer #2Muir was the driving force behind the instatement of Yosemite as a National Park in 1872. He founded the Sierra club in 1892 and lobbied to establish protection of the forests and parks, as well as develop hiking routes for people to experience the beauty they had to offer. The SolutionJust having people hike along the John Muir Trail and other national parks can help raise awareness of these National parks and push people to want to save them. Also having people protest can save these parks. The John Muir Trail
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