Sustained production is the goal of the Indian Service of the U. S. Department of the Interior in the management of the timber on the Klamath Indian Reservation. The author outlines the historical background of the reservation and discusses some of the technical problems involved in the management of a forest property on which the annual cut has averaged in excess of one hundred million board feet annually.
Document Type: Journal Article
Klamath Indian Agency
Publication date: November 1, 1941
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