Wisconsin's County Forest Program
Abstract:In Wisconsin, tax delinquent lands revert to the county instead of the state as is the case in Michigan. This complicates the problem of attaching a destiny to these lands. With the new county forests being established, the total will exceed 400,000 acres in 1932. How Wisconsin is trying to solve this problem by county surveys and state aid, and what has been accomplished to date, is told by the author.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Wisconsin Conservation Commission
Publication date: 1932-02-01
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