Ames Forester

Article Title

The Shelterbelt Project


In this discussion of the Shelterbelt Project, emphasis is placed on that portion of the work of the research staff in which the writer is most interested and for which he is responsible: The botanical investigations pertaining to the project. Because of the connection o£ this endeavor to the entire project, the principal portion of the report is preceded by a statement on organization and a summary of the methods of procedure employed by the research staff. In presenting any statements pertaining to a general discussion of the Shelterbelt Project, the writer is giving only his own views and is not attempting to report for the entire research staff nor for the administrative staff o£ the project.



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