A Working Plan for the Woodlands of the New Haven Water Company; Prepared After Five Years of Forest Practice, 1908 to 1912
Soon after the establishment of the Yale Forest School in 1900, the necessity developed for finding forest lands near the city of NewHaven upon which to conduct field work. It was found that many of the most accessible and best timbered tracts were owned by the New Haven Water Company....about 250 acres near the Maltby Lakes were placed under the management of the Yale Forest School. ...a written plan is desirable. The plan is divided into two parts: the first, descriptive of present conditions and passt accomplishments; the second, treating of the policy to be pursued.
Hawley, Ralph C. 1913. A Working Plan for the Woodlands of the New Haven Water Company, prepared after five years of forest practice, 1908 to 1912. Yale Forest School Bulletin 3. 30 pp.
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