Forest History Society


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Forest History Society

Address:701 William Vickers Ave
Durham, NC 277013162

Phone:919-682-9319
Fax:919-682-2349
Web: www.foresthistory.org
Established: 1946. Description:Society identifies, collects, preserves, interprets, and disseminates information on the history of interactions between people, forests, and their related resources. Provides a historical perspective on the range of human interaction with forests over time. Members: 1,800. Dues: $55/year.
Publications: Environmental History (quarterly); free to members. Forest History Today (quarterly); free. Organization also publishes a range of other forest- and environment-related publications.

See other parks in North Carolina.
References in periodicals archive ?
A Survey on the Image of Tree Farms and Tree Farmers (As perceived by American Adults) January 1991); A Survey on Tree Farming and the Tree Farm Program (As Perceived by Certified Tree Farmers) (January 1991) Tree Farm Review, Box 3, American Tree Farm System Records, Library and Archives, Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA.
McClellan TF History, Box l, Folder 1, American Tree Farm System Records, Library and Archives, Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA.
McClellan TF History, Box 1, Folder 1, American Tree Farm System Records, Library and Archives, Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA.
146) FOREST HISTORY SOCIETY, supra note 114 ("For decades, high tax rates on forestland gave timberland owners little incentive to hold on to the lands and reforest them after logging.
20-21, 1973), "TF Historical 2," Box 3, American Tree Farm System Records, Library and Archives, Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA.
157) American Tree Farm Systems, Box 1, Folder 1, American Tree Farm System Records, Library and Archives, Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA.
See Inventory of the American Tree Farm System Records, 1924-2007, FOREST HISTORY SOCIETY, http://www.
168) How to Start a State Tree Farm Program, Box 1, Folder 1, American Tree Farm System Records, Library and Archives, Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA ("No [one] should start a Tree Farm without first determining that it will be a profitable venture.
to Don Smith, Chief Forester, SFI (January 24, 1983) Box 3, TF Historical 2 Folder, American Tree Farm System Records, Library and Archives, Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA.
McClellan, Critique of Lincoln Report: "Challenge of the Seventies, "at 4, Box 1, TF General History 4 Folder, American Tree Farm System Records, Library and Archives, Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA ("Only two companies now give a bonus to tree farmers for their wood.
What the Tree Farmer Gets from the American Tree Farm Systems), 1 Inter-Office Memorandum (August 31, 1977), Box 3, TF Historical 2 Folder, Duke Forest History Society (describing landowners who became Tree Farmers as gaining "'brother-in-law' status" with others in the industry).

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