Revamping community forestry councils

Fedor, Karen
September 1996
American Forests;Autumn96, Vol. 102 Issue 4, p8
Reports on the Southern Community Forestry Summit in Mobile, Alabama, supported by the Citizen Forestry Support System (CFSS). Focus of the summit; Focus of the CFSS's workshops for community forestry and tree boards in the state's northern and southern regions.


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