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The Forestry Commission Journal was introduced as a way to communicate information on a wide range of topics which could not be communicated through 'ordinary official channels', and was intended to be a means of exchanging the opinions and experiences of all members of the staff.

This thirty-first Journal includes information on: The Eighth British Commonwealth Forestry Conference, East Africa, 1962; A Tour in North Uganda and Kenya; Note on Forest Areas in the Samburu District by Kenya Forest Department; Farm Forests in Austria, with Special Reference to Styria; Protection Forests in Switzerland; A Study Tour in Holland; A Visit to Denmark and Holland; Report on Rationalisation Course in Arnhem, Holland; Royal Scottish Forestry Society: 65th Annual Excursion to Perthshire,1962; The Royal Forestry Society of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland: Meeting at Cardiff; Problems of Soil Erosion and Stabilisation in Coastal Areas; Forestry and Landscape; Forestry at the John Colet Secondary School, Wendover, Bucks.; Opening of Hendre D du Log Cabin for the Outward Bound Sea School, Aberdovey; The New Shepherds; Game Fair, 1962; Visitors and Visiting: A Forester’s Other Duties; Reflections of an Auditor; Changing Times; Cartoon: Busy Beavers; Work Study Week at South Strome Forest; Maintenance of Power Saw Chains; A Method of Tool Storage; The Ledmore Mounted Lining-Out Plough, Mark III; Extracts from “Forest Products Research 1961”; Properties of 30-37 Year Old Sitka Spruce Timber: Extracts from The Forest Products Laboratory Bulletin; More Mighty Oaks; A Day in the Forest; The White Buck of Cannock Chase; Cartoon: Swinging The Cat!; Pine Cone Collection: Thetford, South District, 1962; Corsican Pine Cone Collection at Sherwood, Delamere and Cannock; Notes on Corsican Pine Cone Collection at Delamere Forest, 1961—1962; Coypu.

155 x 245mm | 176 pages | black and white
Stock code:FCJO031

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