Conditions Essential to Selective Cutting in Northern Wisconsin Hardwoods and Hemlock
Abstract:Those foresters not already familiar with Mr. Goodman's operations will be cheered by this recitation of his policy. He has shown in a plain and direct style how much common sense there can be found in forestry, but that there are also limitations to what the owner dare do on his lands to prevent the loss of money.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: President, Goodman Lumber Company, Goodman, Wisconsin
Publication date: 1930-12-01
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