The retiring president reports gratifying progress in the strengthening of the Society's membership and finances and increased influence in matters related to forestry. He discusses the Society's participation in such national affairs as land utilization and the disposition of the public domain insofar as forestry and watershed protection are concerned as well as the stabilization of the forest industries through the Timber Conservation Board, in all of which the Society is represented.
Document Type: Journal Article
President, Society of American Foresters
Publication date: March 1, 1932
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