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Forestry in Sierra Leone

Nature volume 158, page 804 (30 November 1946) | Download Citation



WITH the end of the War has come the task of the switchover from war production to civil requirements in the case of the forestry services of the Empire in the Report on Forest Administration of the Year 1945 (Government Pmitera Freetown, 1946) we see that this process is being undertaken, one of the objects being to conse e the natural resources—forests and water—of the country wherever necessary and wherever possible.

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