Changing Economic Conditions and Forest Practices on Privately Owned Lands
Abstract:Canadian and American foresters have the privilege of ringside seats at the greatest forestry show in history. The practice of forestry has had long, slow growth through the centuries in Europe. Here in these two countries it has grown to its present stature within a few decades--largely within the past ten years when the supply of timber available for annual cutting has become less than the demand.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Consulting Forester, Mason, Bruce, and Girard, Portland, Ore.
Publication date: November 1, 1953
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