B.W. Holtham (Ed)
A very severe westerly gale blew across central Scotland in the early hours of 15 January 1968. This report describes damage it did to forests and tells how representatives of the private woodland owners, the home timber trade and the Forestry Commission, appointed to an advisory committee called the Windblow Action Group, appraised and advised effectively on the measures necessary for surveying the damage, harvesting and marketing the windthrown timber, safeguarding forest hygiene, and restocking the forests with trees.
185 x 250mm | 72 pages | mostly black and white