The Lumber states (USA - the Pacific Northwest)

United States, 1949

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Episode of Series “Earth and it’s peoples”.
A survey of the lumbering industry of the North Western States of USA. Draws attention to the careful planning necessary for the best use of the forests; seed blocks and logging areas must be organised and new forests started to maintain the timber crop; also timber felling must be regulated to prevent waste and destruction. Describes how other natural resources add to the productivity of these states.

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United World Films

Louis de Rochemont Associates

Duration

00:20:13:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1949

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The Earth and its peoples

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The Earth and its peoples

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