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Report of the state forester of Wisconsin for 1909 and 1910

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Wisconsin. State Board of Forestry
Report of the state forester of Wisconsin for 1909 and 1910
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printer, 1910
3 v. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Report of the state forester of Wisconsin for 1909 and 1910

[Title page] Report of the state forester of Wisconsin for 1909 and 1910, p. [1]

State board of forestry, p. [2]

Contents, p. [3]

[Letter of transmittal], Griffith, E. M. p. [4]

Introduction, pp. [5]-7

Growing public sentiment for forestry, pp. 8-17

Proposed forest protective legislation, pp. 18-24

A state tax of two-tenths of a mill for fire patrol and purchase of forest reserve lands, pp. 25-28

Wisconsin wood-using industries, pp. 29-34

The taxation of forest lands in Wisconsin, pp. 35-55

A soil survey of a portion of the forest reserve, pp. 56-58

Urgent necessity for completing the soil survey, pp. 59-60

The forest products laboratory and its work, pp. 61-65

The intimate relation of forest cover to stream flow, pp. 66-78

The principles of forestry should be taught in the schools, pp. 79-81

Forest reserves as investments, pp. 82-97

Forest reserves as game preserves, p. 98

The state will lease camp and cottage sites, pp. 99-100

Headquarters of the forest reserve, p. 101

Re-establishing lines and corners, p. 102

Rangers for the forest reserve, pp. 103-104

Building fire lines, roads and trails, pp. 105-107

Proposed forest ranger school, pp. 108-109

County forest reserves, pp. 110-112

Forest fires in 1909 and 1910, pp. 113-117

Railroads and forest fires, pp. 118-122

Fire and the young forest, pp. 123-124

Lopping tops in lumbering, pp. 125-128

Appraisal and classification of forest reserve lands to be sold, pp. 129-130

Lands that are for sale, p. 131

Lands purchased and sold, p. 132

Timber trespass, pp. 133-134

Timber sales, pp. 135-136


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