Rural Community Planning
During the past five or six years many states have established planning commissions and these have assembled large amounts of data concerning the natural resources and people of the states or other political units. The author of the following article has been a member of the Michigan Planning Commission. He has had wide experience in rural community planning and is therefore well qualified to discuss the subject. Foresters engaged in rural planning or rural land zoning will find Professor Herbert's article of special interest.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Michigan State College
Publication date: 1938-11-01
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