A Message to the Student Forester
Many times during his four years of academic life the average student forester is confronted with the problem of choosing between the subjects of forest management, forest utilization, or any one o£ the other allied subjects offered in this course. Whether he desires to work for private industry, or some governmental agency, any decision he makes will place him in one o£ these three categories. A student preparing for one type o£ work may be required to study subjects that are foreign to the other branches. However, the fundamental duties, the accompanying responsibilities, and the essential requirements of each after graduation, are practically the same.