The author goes over the history of California's state forestry department and refers to some of its problems. He reports in ten years a manifold increase in public interest in forestry and in state support of forestry activities.
Document Type: Journal Article
Chief, Division of Forestry, Department of Natural Resources, Sacramento, Calif.
Publication date: April 1, 1931
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