Experience in Extension Forestry in Wurttemberg, Southern Germany
Abstract:How a German forester went after the individual forest owners to make them forest conscious and to get them to practice forest management. The article proves that there was no widespread concerted action insofar as practical forest management is concerned in the State of Wurttemberg prior to the World War. Dr. K. Danneker started the idea on a state-wide scope. He is not employed by the State, but gets his salary from the landowners.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Translated by Charles F. Evans and A. O. Weidelich
Publication date: 1934-11-01
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