Progress Report on Private Forestry in New Jersey
Intensive forestry service on privately owned woodlands offered by the state of New Jersey with federal cooperation under the Norris-Doxey Law has been expanded to meet war needs. This article presents some of the technical developments of the past five years with definite figures on costs and results. The author believes that on small tracts in New Jersey a cutting cycle in the neighborhood of 20 years is more practicable than an annual cycle with corresponding subdivision of the area under management.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Senior Assistant Forester, New Jersey Department of Conservation and Development, Trenton, N.J., in charge of State Assistance in Forestry to private owners of woodland
Publication date: 1944-10-01
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