Private Forest Land Ownership and Management in the Loblolly-Shortleaf Type of Louisiana
Abstract:Each forest region has its own peculiar characteristics which must be taken into account in formulating management programs. This article presents certain characteristics of private land ownership in the productive and easily managed loblolly-shortleaf type in Louisiana, and suggests several procedures that can be utilized to obtain more widespread forest management in this type.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Formerly Associate Forester, Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station, now Ensign, U.S. Naval Reserve
Publication date: 1944-11-01
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