Views of a Private Forester
As the membership of the Society becomes larger and the activities of the members more diversified, differences of opinion rather than unanimity of opinion will be the rule instead of the exception. In the following article, Mr. Ehrhart gives the views of a forester, in private employ, on certain administrative forest policies in the Allegheny Plateau region.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Armstrong Forest Company
Publication date: 1937-06-01
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