Recreation in Relation to Multiple Land Use in the West
Abstract:The forest lands of the West possess recreational values that are quantitatively and qualitatively highly satisfactory. Particularly striking is their extraordinary variety. Many problems are involved in retaining the features that give western forest recreation its distinctive character, but the future is decidedly promising. With intelligent planning and administration recreation will continue permanently to occupy an important place in the pattern of multiple land use.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Professor of Forestry, Colorado State College, Fort Collins, Colo.
Publication date: 1943-11-01
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