The Work and Education of Industrial Foresters in the Pacific Northwest
Timber operating companies are today employing a high percentage of forestry school graduates. To determine if standard curricula in forestry train men adequately for industrial employment Oregon State College made a study of functions performed by foresters employed by Northwest lumber companies. They conclude that basic forestry is essential, together with training in industrial woods practice.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Head of Department of Forest Management, Oregon State College, Corvallis, Ore. Senior Member, S.A.F., and Currently Chairman, Columbia River Section
Publication date: 1947-11-01
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