Resource Use in an Urban State--Changing Priorities
In the more densely populated sections of the country as in the Northeast, the work performed by foresters has assumed new dimensions extending well beyond the management of forests in the traditional sense into the area of general open-space management, resource allocation and protection and enhancement of amenity and other social values. The following paper describes developments of this nature in one such state, Massachusetts.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Head, Dep. of Forestry and Wildlife Management, Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst
Publication date: 01 February 1972