Small Mill Operations on the Custer Working Circle
Abstract:During the past twenty-five years, Forest Service men have contributed many working plans to the files. Records of accomplishment, for obvious reasons, are meager. The following article, prepared by a forest ranger on the job, reports the success of one such plan. At the same time it proclaims the value of a definite scheme of managing the exploitation of a large area and the possibilities of small sawmills under certain conditions.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Forest Ranger, Harney National Forest
Publication date: January 1, 1933
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