DEBATE OF '98- fundamental tools of forestry
redoak at forestmeister.com
Mon Apr 20 12:44:22 EST 1998
dwheeler at teleport.com wrote:
> In article <VilO10O5Iw4a091yn at teleport.com>,
> larryc at teleport.com (Larry Caldwell) wrote:
> > In article <353A1039.82C1CC24 at forestmeister.com>,
> > Joseph Zorzin <redoak at forestmeister.com> wrote:
> > > The basic tools of forestry are crude at best; heavy equipment and
> > > chainsaws. Will we have better tools in the 21st century?
> I see you use the term forestry in regard to logging. While this is an
> acceptable description by the dictionary, it is a secondary definition. The
> first is the science of growing forests.
Give me a break. I know the difference. We're not in the ivory tower
having a seminar. And forestry isn't really defined as the science of
growing forests. It's a bigger concept than that.
> Is it any wonder that people are so confused, when loggers obfuscate cutting
> trees with growing trees?
Cutting trees is part of forestry. Growing trees is part of forestery.
Leaving the trees alone is also part of forestry and a lot of other
"Still, after a year, the only forestry web page in the otherwise
sophisticated state of Massachusetts"
"In wilderness is the preservation of the world."
Henry David Thoreau
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