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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1929

P A G E T W O S U N DY..M AY.., 192

RESRTSBRIINC MORE
PROF[ITS THAN LUMBER
IUSTRHYSAYS STAGE
FOREST WEEK CHAIRM'ANI
URGES OBSERVATION
OF ARBOR DAY
SCRUB LAND IS VALUABLE
See Trees As Sareguard For Growth
Of Recreational Industry in
Lower Peninsula
"Approximately $250,000,000 a;
Year profit is the record of the re-
creational industry of the state of
Michigan," said Arthur W. Stace,
chairman of the Michigan Forest
Week campaign/. by the appoint-
ment of Gov. Fred. W. Green, in. a
recent interview. "Recreation as
an industry has come to replace
the old lumber industry,; bringing
in more dollars per year than for-
nierly under the regime of the great
lumber, kings.
"It is for this reason that we find
that the promotion of such cam-
paigns as the Michigan Forest Week
and Arbor Day are so important.
When the decline of the forests
was seen some time ago, the lumber
companies and the state felt them-
selves hard hit. All that was left
of the old forests was just a mass
of scrub land that people thought
was of n~6 use and which they pro-
ceeded to clear for agricultural
purposes. of course, in the North-
ern Peninsula there remained the
virgin woodlands, but much of the
lower :part of the state had, been
devastated. it was only two weeks
ago that one of the oldest and
largest of. the lumber companies
r closed up, Kneeland and Bigelow,
which was one of the big compan-
ies of the }Lower Peninsula,"
Now, said Stace, the people of
Michigan are beginning to release
that what one they condemned as
sceub land was in reality new trees
growing up. This combined with
the efforts of the state at ┬░refores-
tration is bringing about a new in-
dustry, resort development.

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