Ames Forester


It’s too late,-they should have done that a long time ago,-how are you going to stop the fires from burning them up?-they are too small to live,-you will be dead before they are cut for pulpwood. These were some of the remarks and questions fired at the planting crew and myself last May while planting Jack Pine seedlings for the Nekoosa Edwards Paper Company on sixty acres of barren, sandy land which parallels the Wisconsin River south of Nekoosa, Wisconsin.



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