The special committee which met at Joy Woods, Sonoma County, to inspect forestry practices, November 1945. Approval was given for designation as a "Tree Farm." Left to Right, E. Fritz, C. R. Tillotson, Kennon R. Gilbert, Sonoma Planning Comm., Anita Laton, Owner, Joy Woods, Fred W. Mann, Secretary, Sonoma County Planning Committee, Harry Sheldon, District Conservator, Soil Conservation Service [?], Sebastopol, Stewart Snyder, Manager, Joy Woods, Wade Sturgeon, Sawmill Operator, Sebastopol. Metcalf 1945.
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