Forestry Notes from the Poconos
Abstract:In this age of outdoor activity, many idle cnt-over areas will be devoted to recreational uses. In their organization and development the forester can make himself particularly useful by extending forestry knowledge and principles to the owners and assisting them in planning the management of their properties for a combination of recreation and forestry. In describing the Pocono Preserve the author unconsciously suggests policies that other owners of wild park land could consider with advantage.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Secretary and Superintendent, Pocono Lake Preserve
Publication date: December 1, 1930
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