Synonyms for forestry
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORESTRY
Didn't you tell me that you'd once had something to do with forestry in Russia?
There would be no forestry legislation that Winter––so the newspapers said.
Now forestry is practised by every nation except Turkey and China.
The fundamental idea of forestry is the perpetuation of forests by use.
I had food walks, and learnt something of forestry there—a taking study.
Thus Macbeth had a fallacy about forestry; he could not see the trees for the wood.
I learned a great deal of forestry and botany from his talk.
In 1881 an agent of the Department was sent to Europe to study the work of forestry there.
Before 1891 the Division of Forestry was simply a bureau of information.
The College of Forestry, established in 1898, is the only one in the country.
1690s, "privilege of a royal forest," from Old French foresterie, from forest (see forest). Meaning "science of managing forests" is from 1859.