Bailey, William F. 'The woods, forests, turf-bogs, and foreshores of Ireland: opportunity for, and advisibility of, establishing government management and protection'. - Dublin: Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland,Vol. IX Part LXX, 1889/1890, pp468-477
Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland Vol. IX Part LXX 1889/1890
In the paper on "Forestry in Ireland," read by me before the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, in July, 1889, I
described at some length the forestry regulations of the principal
European countries, and the measures taken to encourage and affect
re-foresting. I would now shortly point out how the planting of
trees may be protected and encouraged by government control. I
would then show the advantages of forestry in Ireland from both
an industrial and climatic point of view, and also as a means for the
reclamation of waste lands, considering shortly some objections that
may be made against proposals to re-forest the country.
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