Forestry Conceptions Among Timberland Owners in the Northeast Spruce Region
Abstract:The author gives an informative account of the ecouomic couditions and forest practices obtaiuing in the spruce region of the Northeast aud poiuts to the problems involved iu the practice of forestry. The practicability of forestry in this region is strougly influenced by the uncertain future facing the pulp industry. Mauy owners have made studies and observatious of the results of their methods of handliug their timberlauds. They give forestry methods a fair field by employing more technical foresters than are employed by private owners in other regious and they feel keenly the biased criticism of those outside the owner class.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Forester, Great Northern Paper Company, Bangor, Maine
Publication date: February 1, 1931
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