Forty Years of Forest Use in Maine
At the 1934 summer meeting of the New England Section of the Society, held in the Rangeley Lakes region, Austin Cary delivered the thoughtful and characteristic address which appears helow. Rich in personal reminiscence and shrewd comments, it presents the observations of an old timer on the course that forest use and management have taken in his own state during his active life, and on some of the men who have played important parts in building up the present forest industries of the state.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Senior Logging Engineer, U. S. Forest Service
Publication date: 1935-04-01
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