There are two sides to every question. Foresters sympathetic to the cause of public regulation have freely used the pages of the JOURNAL to present their arguments. We have heard little of the other side of the question from those actually engaged in the wood using industry. Proponents and opponents of public regulation alike will find Mr. Olzendam's address "We are Growing Trees" of outstanding interest.
Document Type: Journal Article
West Coast Lumbermen's Association
Publication date: May 1, 1942
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