The first 50 years of Australian forestry education was, like the present, a period of conflict and change in forestry, and of fierce contests about how education should be conducted. Colonial practice, British plantation culture, classic European forestry, imperial practice and American pragmatism created different types of forestry, or 'forestries'. They resulted in contests about how forestry should be organised, who should lead it and how foresters should be educated. The contests were...[Show more]
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