Work of the Forestry Commission: Progress and Promise. II

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    IN view of the fact that the first ten-years period of the Forestry Commissioners' work was to expire at the end of March 1929 and that a new grant to continue the work would have to be obtained from Parliament, the Commissioners in 1927 discussed with the Government the question of a forest policy for Great Britain under the heads (1) general forest policy, (2) programme for the second decade (being an instalment of policy) which the country was in a position to undertake.

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    Work of the Forestry Commission: Progress and Promise. II. Nature 127, 297–298 (1931). https://doi.org/10.1038/127297a0

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