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Forestry and Lumbering in British Columbia

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The Province of British Columbia in managing its timber lands and in working toward the stabilization of the lumber industry has problems that differ little from those of the United States. British Columbia's method of attack is, however, different. The author gives data on the extent of the Province's timber resources, problems of its lumber industry, the responsibility of the state and private owner, and tells what his government is doing to relieve the pressure to liquidate holdings, improve marketing and make the forestry industries permanent.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Chief Forester, Forest Branch, British Columbia

Publication date: 1931-11-01

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