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Proceedings : A Forest Based Economy - Carrying A Tradition Into the Future
Blaine House Conference on Forestry (December 6-7, 1984)
Department of Conservation, State House Station 22, Augusta, Maine 04333, August 1986.
Contents: Table of Contents / Letter of Transmittal / The Forest 2020--Visions Of A Sustainable Forest / Forestry Resurvey: What Does It Say? How Can We Use It? / Can We Improve Maine's Timber Supply? / Atmospheric Deposition And Forests Of The Northeast / A National Perspective: What Is Maine's Competitive Niche? / The Future of Hardwood Markets / The Future of Softwood Markets / The State Of Our Forest / Trends In Maine's Forest Transport System / Future Employment In The Maine Woods: Situation, Forces And Outlook / How Great Is The Threat From Canadian Labor? / The Threat From Imported Canadian Labor Is Alive and Well / Woods Labor Training Needs / A Condensed Report Of Wood Harvesting At The State's VTI's And What Is A Woodsman? / Safety and Workers Compensation / A Brief History Of Northern Woods Logging Association / A Maine Woodcutter Talks About Safety In the Woods / Maine's Forest In The Global Context / Riding The Winds Of Change In Maine's Forest
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Lumber, Lumber Trade, Forests, Forest Products, Forestry, Lumbermen, Conservation, Timber, Timber Supply, Loggers, Logging, Wood Products, Public Lands, Sustainability, Hardwood, Hardwood Markets, Wood Harvesting, Woodcutters, Tree Species, Landowners, Forest Statistics, Spruce, Forest Management, Atmospheric Deposition, Clear Cutting, Selective Harvesting, Forest Workers
Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Forest Biology | Forest Management | Forest Sciences | Marketing | Natural Resource Economics | Natural Resources and Conservation | Natural Resources Management and Policy | Other Forestry and Forest Sciences | Outdoor Education | Sustainability | Wood Science and Pulp, Paper Technology
Blaine House Conference on Forestry (December 6-7, 1984), "Proceedings : A Forest Based Economy - Carrying A Tradition Into the Future" (1986). Maine Collection. 172.
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