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TNew Soils Thiildring June 27, 1934 Ur.o A, G. Hmezl U. S. Fbrest Service Federal BuildIng Milwaukee, Wisconsin Dear Mr. Hamel I have your letter of June 25, One of the first things I di ,tpon taing over the wor at the University last fall was to write a mimewrahed instraction sheet for use in the OCO erosion lson vegetation for game and erosion i-rposes. I have sent this to your offioe several times, but I am sending you 7aother copy. It contains l . t of ry idea on the frubJect as far as Wisconsin is oncenid., I ;a afraid it would be iYpossble to generalize for the whole re7ion. 2hiS o OL io14 t-od for 'ichg an n 3inesota, but the '!issourl, Iowa, and Illinois caips mnld have to have different trfeatnt, I have nothlng prepared on the cornbelt proper, but if you have so-iebody tiaJ wite-up for the ourubelt, h-e ge~t t s,-,-e -oilntera', outý of U-ein~afn~bo~ rc ~'-1,l1Cenin youL. I enclose a m rai deh I rtcit aent C winslow on the research aispectr of eroA on cntrol plants. I haven't heard a word frozL your office about your proposed game ent peronniel. Have any iaan been selected^? If so, what are they worling on? If not, what is the nature oe the rb.tacles? The University could be of more use to your deelo nt alon lines if we were carrently posted on your difficulties. I 1n it is partly mV ftwlt for not dropi in and finding out, During the next two months I will spend a good deal of time in northern i9csonsin. Are there My particular National Foret problens you want me to look at? If so, where are they and whom shall I see bout then? I would prefer to Fo over a sich probles in the course of Pv regular round rather than e secial rush trips for the kr pose. Our travel uoney is scarce. Yours sincerely, Aldo Leopold A1-Vh In Charge, Game Research Encl.