National Geographic : 1946 Sep
© National Geographic Society . . -- TM.TM-TM_.... ,,-.-_^.^ ..... ..... .... .. ... .. .. ......"'wuww .wim iw:n Kodachrome by Willard R.Culver Time Was When Timber Hogs Almost Ruined Arkansas Forests; Now the State Grows More Trees than ItCuts This log train loads for the mills of the Crossett Lumber Company, an exemplar of Arkansas's new conservation policy. The company pioneered inmaking scientific reforestation pay cash dividends. To it trees are a crop, like corn, to be grown and harvested. Yale's School of Forestry comes here tostudy itsamazing work.