Ames Forester


In the halcyon days of forestry when the first of the great American conservation movements was in full flower there was seldom heard such a question as, "What good is a forestry student and his teacher?" Such a question would have been no more likely than, "What good is a baby?" It was understood that it was the undergraduate who, upon ending his, and occasionally her, collegiate career carried the burden of putting Old World forestry theory into American practice.



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