Obtaining More Favourable Attitudes to the Use of Forests For Timber Production
Don Spriggins - 1989
The Fellowship consisted of a visit of eight weeks to British Columbia, the West Coast of the United States, Arizona and North Carolina.
Object of the visit was to examine methods being used to inform, educate and influence people towards the view that use of forests for timber production is both important and environmentally acceptable.
I was particularly interested to see how Demonstration Forests were being used for this purpose.