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Excerpt from Journal of Forestry, 1919, Vol. 17: Official Organ of the Society of American Foresters, Combining the Proceedings of the Society and the Forestry Quarterly
During the past five years there has been a cumulative realization of the fact that the low scale of salaries paid by the Forest Service was causing a shortage of competent men on the National Forests.' The cost of living has so far outstripped the almost negligible promotions allowed by Congress that there has been an increasing annual exodus of leadership, experience, and ability - technical and non-technical into other fields.
This fact is so well known as to require no further proof or mention. The purpose of this paper is to point out two facts which I believe have so far been realized only dimly, if at all, by the profession: First, that the salary situation threatens the ultimate success of our great experiment in national forestry; second, that really logical methods of redress have not yet been attempted.
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