Production of Naval Stores in Les Landes, France
Abstract:From July 1945 to April 1946 the author was assigned as instructor in forestry and range management at the U.S. Army's Biarritz American University in southwestern France. In cooperation with Louis Barriety of the French Waters and Forests Service, field trips were made to inspect many phases of French forestry. The story here presented covers trips to Les Landes to study pine tapping practices, and is the fourth article in a series by the author on French forestry and range management.1
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: University of Nevada, Extension Service
Publication date: July 1, 1952
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