Ames Forester


For two summers, 1922 and 1923, a peculiar form of so-called survey has been carried on in Michigan. Inventory of all natural resources and economic conditions describes this work better than the word “survey.” Its official title, however, is “The Michigan Land Economic Survey.” It is a new type of work for a commonwealth to carry on, and it is hoped b many that, if tis findings prove of value, similar or identical work will be done in other states having land problems like those of Michigan.



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