Richardson discusses forest protection, air operations, reforestation, forest surveys - all necessary parts of the new forest management becoming important in early 20th century. He concludes that Ontario's forests are "not inexhaustable" but finds Ontario's forests still being 49% mature stands to be "a comforting fact."
Publisher: Ontario Department of Forestry
Edition: First edition
Date Published: ca. 1928
Place Published: [Toronto]
Condition: Near fine
Dust Jacket: Yes
Jacket Condition: near fine
Details: 73 p. 24 cm. 25 b&w illustrations. Cream paper hardcover with pasted-on illustration. In mylar-covered dustjacket that looks like bark.