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Volume 21 - Number 84, 1967
An International Review of Forestry and Forest Products
FAO - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
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FAO - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations was founded at Quebec, Canada, in October 1945 when its Member Nations agreed to work together to secure a lasting peace through freedom from want. The membership of FAO now stands at 114 nations.
Director-General B.R. SEN
Forestry and Forest Products Division
Director - N.A. OSARA
Deputy Director - J.C. WESTOBY
Assistant to Director - L.J. VERNELL
Chiefs of Branches - R.G. FONTAINE, S.L. PRINGLE, E. KALKKINEN, L. GIMENEZ-QUINTANA, N. DE FELSÖVANYI, I. KISSIN, J. SWIDERSKI
1946-58 MARCEL LELOUP
1959-63 EGON GLESINGER
Unasylva - Started in 1947, this quarterly publication is intended to cover a range of interests as wide as that of the Division whose work it, mirrors.
Signed articles express the opinions of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Organization.
Cover photograph. The uniform. "cappello" of a brigadier of the Italian Forest Service. The hat used also to sport) an eagle's plume but that privilege is now reserved for the Alpine troops of the regular army. Forest services of most countries tend to he paramilitary formations with high codes of ethics and discipline, but they have their own tradition and organization. The background is a scene in the Italian Dolomites.
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Ancient roots, new growth
Khumbu - country of the Sherpas
William F. Hastie and John Mackenzie
Planning an integrated forest program
The function of professional forestry associations
FAO picture story
Africa's wildlife in their hands
Acacia peuce: a tree for arid areas
Trends in consumption up to 1965
Estimates of future demand
Intermediate processing stages
Trends in the main end-use sectors
Work of FAO
African wildlife convention
International festival of forestry films sixth world forestry congress
News of the world
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
United States of America
Viet-Nam, Republic of
Dictionary of forestry
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