Black Hills Forestry: A History



Black Hills Forestry: A History is a cultural history of the most commercialized national forest in the nation. This will serve as a management model for all national forests.  See how wildfires, mountain pine beetle, timber trade, and tourism have all had an effect on the forest and the people within it.

Author: John F. Freeman.  Published by University Press of CO, 2015   246 pages  

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Weight9.3 oz


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