Abstract:Forest-scaping, as the writer elects to call it, is nothing more than a phase of silviculture which has for its main objective aesthetics in the broadest sense. While forest-scaping has been employed with success in older countries, it has thus far been overlooked in America. It holds promise of being a remunerative field for young men of discernment and initiative--if public and private interest in it can be aroused.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Massachusetts State College
Publication date: December 1, 1938
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