American Civilian Conservation Corps work in fields and destroy pests as part of conservation work in the United States.
United States USA Date:1939 Duration:1 min 6 sec Sound:Yes
Forest Conservation Work in the United States. Man looks through binoculars. CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps providing work during great depression) men work in field. Tractor on the field. Two workers atop a tower. Dead trees being cleared from the forest. Workers fell dead trees and cut wood. Civilian Conservation Corps destroy tent caterpillars by burning their tent nests, and fight grasshoppers and pests that destroy meadows by spreading poison bran by the handful.
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