Ames Forester


Expansion of the farm woodland acreage, as evidenced by an increase of 23.7 per cent throughout the nation for the period of 1930-35 (5), has drawn the attention of the forest economist to the necessity of creating suitable market outlets for the forest products coming from present and future production areas. Without planned utilization we cannot expect to take proper advantage of opportunities for establishing sustained yield forestry.



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