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Cradle of Forestry in America: The Biltmore Forest School 1898-1913

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This reprint of Schenck's memoirs of his 15-year experience at North Carolina's Biltmore Estate provides colorful accounts of his efforts to introduce forestry to the estate and the struggle to bring forestry education to the United States.

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This reprint of Schenck’s memoirs of his 15-year experience at North Carolina’s Biltmore Estate provides colorful accounts of his efforts to introduce forestry to the estate, his relationships with Pinchot, Fernow, and Vanderbilt, and the struggle to bring forestry education to the United States. It’s now the subject of our new documentary America’s First Forest: Carl Schenck and the Asheville Experiment.

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Weight .75 lbs
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by Carl Alwin Schenck

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224 pp.
Softcover

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