National Geographic : 1947 Apr
M. A.Huberman So that Bombed Cities May Rise Anew, a 50-year-old Stand of Japan Cedars Falls into aJackstraw Chaos These Cryptomeria have been cut by one-man saws so close that stumps barely show. Each is peeled to facilitate skidding and tosave bark for shingles (page 506). Lack ing steam draglines, men will remove the logs. Soon the ravine will be planted with seedlings. In peacetime, Japanese reforestation isvirtually 100percent.