Ames Forester


THE FACT that a forestry organization is interested in the subject of wildlife management and multiple-use forestry is testimony, if any were needed, to the advanced thinking that has developed since the time when forest and forestry management were widely regarded as important solely for the production of saw logs. It is indicative of dearer understanding of the basic interrelationships that exist in managing natural resources.



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