Too few forests, too many folks

Renkas, Stanley M.
February 1993
Yankee;Feb93, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p8
Suggests sustainable maintenance of domestic population in the Maine woods to allow success of forest and natural habitats preservation measures. Reference to the September issue's article `Revolution in the Woods'; Population expansion; Need for legislative steps; Role of business.


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