Forest Practice at Vallombrosa in Central Italy
Vallombrosa, an Italian forest under state supervision and ownership, provided the forestry classes at the United States Army University in Florence, Italy, with excellent field-laboratory facilities. In this connection, it was possible for the author, then a member of the armed forces and instructor in the Army University, to obtain the material here presented. This forest regularly provides the forestry school at the University of Florence, the outstanding school of its kind in Italy, with excellent facilities for summer field study.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Extension farm Forester, Division of Extension, Kansas State College, Manhattan, Kans.
Publication date: 1946-05-01
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