Feature article The Royal Commission on Forestry 1913 Viewed from 2013
The Royal Commission on Forestry is examined in this article in terms of present day forestersí writings, which have mainly emphasised its afforestation recommendations and against the broader period forestry concerns of Schlich and Hutchins. An argument is advanced for its place as an important event in the development of both indigenous and exotic forestry in New Zealand. (no keywords)
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