Work of the Forestry Commission: Progress and Promise.*

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    THE Forestry Commission of Great Britain came into being as the result of the Forestry Act of 1919. Under the financial section of that Act, a sum of 3½ million pounds was to be provided for the first ten years of the Commission's work, the money to be voted annually by Parliament in instalments up to the total sum sanctioned for the period.

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    Work of the Forestry Commission: Progress and Promise.*. Nature 127, 261–263 (1931). https://doi.org/10.1038/127261a0

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