UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
        EDWARD M. LEWIS, PRESIDENT 
            DURHAM, N. H. 
 
 
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY 
 
 
October 31, 1928. 
 
 
Mr. Ald.o 
Madison, 
 
 
Leopold, 
Wisconsin* 
 
 
  Dear Mr. Leopolds 
 
            Your letter of October 2 is received. 
  My first reaction on the receipt of your letter 
  was that any species of conifer would do fairly 
  well if the pastuxe was not stocked too heavx(_.,q 
  We have had good results with both white pine 0A 
Jvwhite sDrtuoe.~ 
 
 
          Have you seen the report of the special 
committee of the New England section on the relation 
of grasing to forestry? This is to be published 
shortly in the Journal but if you wish an advance 
copy you can probably get it by writing to E. C, Behre, 
Amherst, Mass. 
 
 
 
 
                          Very sincerely yours, 
 
 
 
                          /Forester, 
 
 
,1i 
 
 
white aDruce,