Annual Meeting of Deutscher Forstverein
Abstract:The author, a former officer iu the U.S. Forest Service, gives his impressions of a meeting of the German Forestry Society. He was impressed by the change of German forestry from clear cutting to natural reproduction, the development of forest tools and machinery, the rapid development of wood-gas motor trucks and busses, the liberality of the Society toward admitting non-technical members, (it has 8,000 members compared to 1,950 for the American Society) and finally the fine professional and personal qualities of German foresters.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Fellow, Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation
Publication date: March 1, 1933
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