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The Editor Speaks
Page 5
On the Campus
Page 7
Page 8, Our Faculty
Page 11, Xi Sigma Pi
Page 12, The Forestry Club
Page 13, The Forestry Rifle Club
Page 14, The Class of 1950
Page 21, The Swan Song of 1950
Page 22, The Wooden Engineer
Page 23, The Class of 1951
Page 26, The Class of 1952
Page 28, The Class of 1953
Page 32, Going Native for Ten Weeks in the Maine Woods
Page 34, Back to Nature - College Style
Page 36, Freshman Forestry Camp
Page 37, Forestry Exhibit at Aggie Fair
Page 38, Departmental Affairs
In the Field
Page 41
Page 42, Management Objectives for Maine Timberlands from the Research Standpoint -- T. L. McLintock
Page 49, Photogrammetry in Forestry -- Harold E. Young
Page 51, Maine's Fresh-Water Fishery Resource -- W. Harry Everhart
Page 52, Maine's 1949 Forest Fire Program -- A. D. Nutting
Page 55, About the Authors
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Orono, ME


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Forest Sciences

Maine Forester: 1950



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