Practical Forestry in the Pacific Northwest Protecting Existing Forests and Growing New Ones, from the Standpoint of the Public and That of the Lumberman, with an Outline of Technical Methods
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Practical Forestry in the Pacific Northwest Protecting Existing Forests and Growing New Ones, from the Standpoint of the Public and That of the Lumberman, with an Outline of Technical Methods

By E. T. (Edward Tyson) Allen
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Practical Forestry in the Pacific Northwest, by Edward Tyson Allen
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  • PRACTICAL FORESTRY IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
      • WHAT WE HAVE
        • WHAT WE ARE DOING WITH IT
        • DOES IT PAY?
      • WHAT WE ARE DOING WITH IT
      • DOES IT PAY?
    • WHAT WE HAVE
      • WHAT WE ARE DOING WITH IT
      • DOES IT PAY?
    • WHAT WE ARE DOING WITH IT
    • DOES IT PAY?
    • CHAPTER I
      • TIMBER MEANS PAY CHECKS
        • OUR INTEREST AS CONSUMERS
        • SCHOOL LANDS
        • THE FARMER HAS THE MOST AT STAKE
        • CONDITIONS OF LIFE THE REAL ISSUE INVOLVED
        • HOW WE THROW AWAY MILLIONS
        • HOW WE MIGHT MAKE IMMENSE PROFIT INSTEAD.
        • PLAIN WORDS FOR OUR PRESENT POLICY
        • THE ACTION WE MUST TAKE
        • FIRST STEP IS TO STOP FOREST FIRES
        • PATROL SERVICE ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL
        • CO-OPERATION WITH PRIVATE OWNERS DESIRABLE
        • LIBERAL APPROPRIATION A GOOD INVESTMENT
        • REFORESTATION
        • OBSTACLES TO PRIVATE EFFORT
        • TAX NEW CROP WHEN HARVESTED
        • CRYING NEED FOR DEFINITE STATE POLICY
        • ESSENTIALS OF EFFECTIVE STATE FOREST CODE
        • DO IT NOW
      • OUR INTEREST AS CONSUMERS
      • SCHOOL LANDS
      • THE FARMER HAS THE MOST AT STAKE
      • CONDITIONS OF LIFE THE REAL ISSUE INVOLVED
      • HOW WE THROW AWAY MILLIONS
      • HOW WE MIGHT MAKE IMMENSE PROFIT INSTEAD.
      • PLAIN WORDS FOR OUR PRESENT POLICY
      • THE ACTION WE MUST TAKE
      • FIRST STEP IS TO STOP FOREST FIRES
      • PATROL SERVICE ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL
      • CO-OPERATION WITH PRIVATE OWNERS DESIRABLE
      • LIBERAL APPROPRIATION A GOOD INVESTMENT
      • REFORESTATION
      • OBSTACLES TO PRIVATE EFFORT
      • TAX NEW CROP WHEN HARVESTED
      • CRYING NEED FOR DEFINITE STATE POLICY
      • ESSENTIALS OF EFFECTIVE STATE FOREST CODE
      • DO IT NOW
    • TIMBER MEANS PAY CHECKS
      • OUR INTEREST AS CONSUMERS
      • SCHOOL LANDS
      • THE FARMER HAS THE MOST AT STAKE
      • CONDITIONS OF LIFE THE REAL ISSUE INVOLVED
      • HOW WE THROW AWAY MILLIONS
      • HOW WE MIGHT MAKE IMMENSE PROFIT INSTEAD.
      • PLAIN WORDS FOR OUR PRESENT POLICY
      • THE ACTION WE MUST TAKE
      • FIRST STEP IS TO STOP FOREST FIRES
      • PATROL SERVICE ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL
      • CO-OPERATION WITH PRIVATE OWNERS DESIRABLE
      • LIBERAL APPROPRIATION A GOOD INVESTMENT
      • REFORESTATION
      • OBSTACLES TO PRIVATE EFFORT
      • TAX NEW CROP WHEN HARVESTED
      • CRYING NEED FOR DEFINITE STATE POLICY
      • ESSENTIALS OF EFFECTIVE STATE FOREST CODE
      • DO IT NOW
    • OUR INTEREST AS CONSUMERS
    • SCHOOL LANDS
    • THE FARMER HAS THE MOST AT STAKE
    • CONDITIONS OF LIFE THE REAL ISSUE INVOLVED
    • HOW WE THROW AWAY MILLIONS
    • HOW WE MIGHT MAKE IMMENSE PROFIT INSTEAD.
    • PLAIN WORDS FOR OUR PRESENT POLICY
    • THE ACTION WE MUST TAKE
    • FIRST STEP IS TO STOP FOREST FIRES
    • PATROL SERVICE ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL
    • CO-OPERATION WITH PRIVATE OWNERS DESIRABLE
    • LIBERAL APPROPRIATION A GOOD INVESTMENT
    • REFORESTATION
    • OBSTACLES TO PRIVATE EFFORT
    • TAX NEW CROP WHEN HARVESTED
    • CRYING NEED FOR DEFINITE STATE POLICY
    • ESSENTIALS OF EFFECTIVE STATE FOREST CODE
    • DO IT NOW
    • CHAPTER II
      • THE UNDERLYING PRINCIPLES
        • TIMBER IS WORTH THE COST OF GROWING IT
        • DEMAND WILL CONTINUE
        • ADJUSTMENT ONLY QUESTION OF TIME
        • WHAT IT MEANS TO THE CONSUMER
        • STATES WILL TAKE A HAND
        • LUMBERMAN MUST SHOW GOOD FAITH
        • CIRCUMSTANCES DETERMINE PROFIT
        • WHO CAN AFFORD TO REFOREST NOW
        • BETTER DAY FOR ALL IS NEAR
      • TIMBER IS WORTH THE COST OF GROWING IT
      • DEMAND WILL CONTINUE
      • ADJUSTMENT ONLY QUESTION OF TIME
      • WHAT IT MEANS TO THE CONSUMER
      • STATES WILL TAKE A HAND
      • LUMBERMAN MUST SHOW GOOD FAITH
      • CIRCUMSTANCES DETERMINE PROFIT
      • WHO CAN AFFORD TO REFOREST NOW
      • BETTER DAY FOR ALL IS NEAR
    • THE UNDERLYING PRINCIPLES
      • TIMBER IS WORTH THE COST OF GROWING IT
      • DEMAND WILL CONTINUE
      • ADJUSTMENT ONLY QUESTION OF TIME
      • WHAT IT MEANS TO THE CONSUMER
      • STATES WILL TAKE A HAND
      • LUMBERMAN MUST SHOW GOOD FAITH
      • CIRCUMSTANCES DETERMINE PROFIT
      • WHO CAN AFFORD TO REFOREST NOW
      • BETTER DAY FOR ALL IS NEAR
    • TIMBER IS WORTH THE COST OF GROWING IT
    • DEMAND WILL CONTINUE
    • ADJUSTMENT ONLY QUESTION OF TIME
    • WHAT IT MEANS TO THE CONSUMER
    • STATES WILL TAKE A HAND
    • LUMBERMAN MUST SHOW GOOD FAITH
    • CIRCUMSTANCES DETERMINE PROFIT
    • WHO CAN AFFORD TO REFOREST NOW
    • BETTER DAY FOR ALL IS NEAR
    • CHAPTER III
      • ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF FOREST GROWTH
        • SELECTION FORESTS
        • EVEN-AGED FORESTS
        • NATURE AS A MODEL
      • SELECTION FORESTS
      • EVEN-AGED FORESTS
      • NATURE AS A MODEL
      • MANAGEMENT OF SPECIFIC TYPES
        • DOUGLAS FIR (Pseudotsuga taxifolia)
        • SITKA SPRUCE (Picea sitchensis)
        • WESTERN YELLOW PINE (Pinus ponderosa)
        • WESTERN WHITE PINE (P. Monlicola)
        • LODGEPOLE PINE (P. Murrayana)
        • SUGAR PINE (P. Lambertiana)
        • REDWOOD (Sequoia sempervirens)
      • DOUGLAS FIR (Pseudotsuga taxifolia)
      • SITKA SPRUCE (Picea sitchensis)
      • WESTERN YELLOW PINE (Pinus ponderosa)
      • WESTERN WHITE PINE (P. Monlicola)
      • LODGEPOLE PINE (P. Murrayana)
      • SUGAR PINE (P. Lambertiana)
      • REDWOOD (Sequoia sempervirens)
      • SEEDING AND PLANTING
        • SEED SUPPLY
        • SEEDING VERSUS PLANTING
      • SEED SUPPLY
      • SEEDING VERSUS PLANTING
      • RATE OF GROWTH AND PROBABLE RETURNS
        • DOUGLAS FIR
        • WHITE PINE
        • HEMLOCK
        • SPRUCE
        • REDWOOD
      • DOUGLAS FIR
      • WHITE PINE
      • HEMLOCK
      • SPRUCE
      • REDWOOD
      • PROFITABLE THINNINGS
      • CONCLUSIONS
      • HARDWOOD EXPERIMENTS
    • ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF FOREST GROWTH
      • SELECTION FORESTS
      • EVEN-AGED FORESTS
      • NATURE AS A MODEL
    • SELECTION FORESTS
    • EVEN-AGED FORESTS
    • NATURE AS A MODEL
    • MANAGEMENT OF SPECIFIC TYPES
      • DOUGLAS FIR (Pseudotsuga taxifolia)
      • SITKA SPRUCE (Picea sitchensis)
      • WESTERN YELLOW PINE (Pinus ponderosa)
      • WESTERN WHITE PINE (P. Monlicola)
      • LODGEPOLE PINE (P. Murrayana)
      • SUGAR PINE (P. Lambertiana)
      • REDWOOD (Sequoia sempervirens)
    • DOUGLAS FIR (Pseudotsuga taxifolia)
    • SITKA SPRUCE (Picea sitchensis)
    • WESTERN YELLOW PINE (Pinus ponderosa)
    • WESTERN WHITE PINE (P. Monlicola)
    • LODGEPOLE PINE (P. Murrayana)
    • SUGAR PINE (P. Lambertiana)
    • REDWOOD (Sequoia sempervirens)
    • SEEDING AND PLANTING
      • SEED SUPPLY
      • SEEDING VERSUS PLANTING
    • SEED SUPPLY
    • SEEDING VERSUS PLANTING
    • RATE OF GROWTH AND PROBABLE RETURNS
      • DOUGLAS FIR
      • WHITE PINE
      • HEMLOCK
      • SPRUCE
      • REDWOOD
    • DOUGLAS FIR
    • WHITE PINE
    • HEMLOCK
    • SPRUCE
    • REDWOOD
    • PROFITABLE THINNINGS
    • CONCLUSIONS
    • HARDWOOD EXPERIMENTS
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE SLASHING MENACE
        • BRUSH PILING
        • "Advantages of Brush Burning
        • "Disadvantages of Burning
        • "Brush Piling and Burning
        • "Piling Without Burning
        • SLASH BURNING
        • FIRE LINES
        • SAFEGUARDING EQUIPMENT
        • PATROL
        • ASSOCIATE EFFORT
        • REFORESTATION AS A FIRE PREVENTATIVE
      • BRUSH PILING
      • "Advantages of Brush Burning
      • "Disadvantages of Burning
      • "Brush Piling and Burning
      • "Piling Without Burning
      • SLASH BURNING
      • FIRE LINES
      • SAFEGUARDING EQUIPMENT
      • PATROL
      • ASSOCIATE EFFORT
      • REFORESTATION AS A FIRE PREVENTATIVE
    • THE SLASHING MENACE
      • BRUSH PILING
      • "Advantages of Brush Burning
      • "Disadvantages of Burning
      • "Brush Piling and Burning
      • "Piling Without Burning
      • SLASH BURNING
      • FIRE LINES
      • SAFEGUARDING EQUIPMENT
      • PATROL
      • ASSOCIATE EFFORT
      • REFORESTATION AS A FIRE PREVENTATIVE
    • BRUSH PILING
    • "Advantages of Brush Burning
    • "Disadvantages of Burning
    • "Brush Piling and Burning
    • "Piling Without Burning
    • SLASH BURNING
    • FIRE LINES
    • SAFEGUARDING EQUIPMENT
    • PATROL
    • ASSOCIATE EFFORT
    • REFORESTATION AS A FIRE PREVENTATIVE
    • CHAPTER V
      • CUTTING METHODS
        • USE OF FIRE
        • PLANTING FOR FUEL AND TIMBER
        • WINDBREAKS
        • COST
      • USE OF FIRE
      • PLANTING FOR FUEL AND TIMBER
      • WINDBREAKS
      • COST
    • CUTTING METHODS
      • USE OF FIRE
      • PLANTING FOR FUEL AND TIMBER
      • WINDBREAKS
      • COST
    • USE OF FIRE
    • PLANTING FOR FUEL AND TIMBER
    • WINDBREAKS
    • COST
    • APPENDIX
      • TAX REFORM TO PERMIT REFORESTATION
        • LOSS IN IDLE LAND
        • THE OWNER'S COMPULSORY ATTITUDE
        • HOW TAXES ENTER THE PROBLEM
        • REQUIREMENTS REFORM MUST MEET
        • A SUGGESTED SOLUTION
        • COMPARISON WITH PRESENT SYSTEM IN RESULTS
        • AN OBJECTION MET
        • FROM THE OWNER'S STANDPOINT
      • LOSS IN IDLE LAND
      • THE OWNER'S COMPULSORY ATTITUDE
      • HOW TAXES ENTER THE PROBLEM
      • REQUIREMENTS REFORM MUST MEET
      • A SUGGESTED SOLUTION
      • COMPARISON WITH PRESENT SYSTEM IN RESULTS
      • AN OBJECTION MET
      • FROM THE OWNER'S STANDPOINT
      • VIEWS OF EXPERT AUTHORITIES
      • THE WESTERN FORESTRY AND CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION
    • TAX REFORM TO PERMIT REFORESTATION
      • LOSS IN IDLE LAND
      • THE OWNER'S COMPULSORY ATTITUDE
      • HOW TAXES ENTER THE PROBLEM
      • REQUIREMENTS REFORM MUST MEET
      • A SUGGESTED SOLUTION
      • COMPARISON WITH PRESENT SYSTEM IN RESULTS
      • AN OBJECTION MET
      • FROM THE OWNER'S STANDPOINT
    • LOSS IN IDLE LAND
    • THE OWNER'S COMPULSORY ATTITUDE
    • HOW TAXES ENTER THE PROBLEM
    • REQUIREMENTS REFORM MUST MEET
    • A SUGGESTED SOLUTION
    • COMPARISON WITH PRESENT SYSTEM IN RESULTS
    • AN OBJECTION MET
    • FROM THE OWNER'S STANDPOINT
    • VIEWS OF EXPERT AUTHORITIES
    • THE WESTERN FORESTRY AND CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION
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