Robert S. Seymour and Malcolm Hunter Jr., professors at the University of Maine
Robert S. Seymour and Malcolm Hunter Jr., professors at the University of Maine in Orono, have proposed an ambitious plan for managing the 17 million acres of Maine's forests that incorporates preservation, intensive timber production and a management approach known as the New Forestry. The two first detailed their model in the 1993 publication "New Forestry in Eastern Spruce-Fir Forests: Principles and Applications to Maine." Some observers say that the concept of New Forestry, which was imported from the Northwest, has little applicability to Maine. Details.
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"Robert S. Seymour and Malcolm Hunter Jr., professors at the University of Maine" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 10931.
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