Forestry Terms of the Trade

Joseph Zorzin redoak at
Fri Nov 14 20:54:03 EST 1997

> Der Forestmeister wrote:
> >I looked in the German glossary for a word that I vaguely remember
> >seeing in some forestry texbook but I can't find it there or in any of
> >my books. It was the German word for a kind of all age silviculture;
> >whereby a small amount of trees are removed frequently- and basicly
> >means "the continuous forest".
> Dauerwald.....according to "The Practice of Silviculture", Smith, Wiley &
> Sons, 1962.
> Bob Miller
> Alabama Registered Forester
> ~~~> The forest may be quiet, but that doesn't mean all the snakes have
> left. ~~~>

Yuh, that must be it. I have that book too and I looked there but
couldn't find. Thanks.

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