Marketing the Products From Farm Woodlands
Despite the large area of farm woodlands in the United States, despite their importance in the national economy, and despite the attention they have received by foresters, little progress has been made in correcting or even greatly modifying the basic problems of overproduction of low-grade products. This the author believes can be done only by better timber management practices. But how can the farmers be induced to practice better timberland management? The author of the following article tells what he thinks can be and should be done.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Soil Conservation Service
Publication date: 1941-11-01
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