Announcing the creation of a new venue for Canadian Forest History.
The Canadian Institute of Forestry and The Forestry Chronicle seek short articles on Canadian Forest History for their journal’s new feature “Old Growth.” Previously published articles are available on the journal website.
Articles are meant to be informal, informative and brief. Citations, in the journal’s accepted format, should be included only if absolutely necessary (and limited in number).
The approximate length should be 800 – 2400 words; images (photos, maps) are welcome, but in electronic form.
Prospective submissions should be directed to:
Dr. Ron Ayling
The Forestry Chronicle
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