One reason for its demise was the fact that certain forestry and agricultural practices were developing at a rapid rate which were ... At the end of the quail investigation Stoddard was given a 1, 000 acre property which is now known as Sherwood Plantation. ... Hay Whitney, owner), with instructions to aquot;do something with the property to benefit southern agriculture, aquot; to develop Greenwooda#39;s forests along theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Proceedings of the Symposium on the Environmental Consequences of Fire and Fuel Management in Mediterranean Ecosystems, August 1-5, 1977, Palo Alto, California|
|Author||:||Harold A. Mooney, United States. Forest Service, C. Eugene Conrad|