Ames Forester


Dean and I both obtained our forest products education under Dwight Bensend and would have been undergraduate classmates except that I spent four years in military service. I didn't meet Dean until October of 1965 when he, a new Ph.D. from California, arrived to become an extension forester. I left four months later for the U.S. Forest " Service in Louisiana with my graduate. work completed.



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