Of late, foresters have heard much concerning the need for a nation-wide forestry program. Little, however, has been published in the Journal concerning the details of the proposed program. These are given, in a more or less cursory manner to be sure because of the limited time available, by Mr. Hopkins. Following this article, Professor Myron Krueger's comments are presented. Foresters will find both the original discussion and Professor Krueger's comments interesting and informative.
Document Type: Journal Article
U. S. Forest Service
Publication date: June 1, 1941
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