Another Approach to Farm Forestry
Abstract:The Cooperative Farm Forestry Act was approved by the Congress in May 1937. The last session of Congress provided funds to carry into effect the provisions of the act. Because of the fact that the policies and procedure approved by the Department of Agriculture to administer the act, especially in so far as the cooperative relationships with the land grant colleges are concerned, are at great variance with existing cooperative relationships, Mr. Bruner's article is of outstanding interest to all foresters engaged in farm forestry activities.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Clemson College Extension Service
Publication date: April 1, 1940
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