Forestry in Australia and New Zealand
This article was written while the author was on a world tour to study grazing and forestry conditions. The information was obtained from personal observation and from contacts with forestry and agricultural officials, stockmen, sawmill operators, and other citizens. He presents it solely for the interest of American foresters and not as a comprehensive report of the forestry conditions in those countries. No criticism of their policies and administration is intended or implied.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Regional grazier, Division of Grazing, U. S. Department of the Interior
Publication date: 1939-08-01
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