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Forest fire lookout platform on Douglas fir veteran at Aleza Lake Experimental Station

Item is a photograph of a copy print that has been reproduced as a slide, resulting in low photographic quality. Location of original photograph unknown.

"A large Douglas-fir veteran on the ridge above the camp towered above the Spruce-Balsam forest. A decision was made to convert it into a forest fire lookout. This photo shows a climber going up to top it. After the top was removed, a platform was built. Large spikes were used to provide steps." --from the notes of Ralph Schmidt in accompanying file

Forest fire lookout platform on Douglas fir veteran with spike steps

Item is a photograph of a copy print that has been reproduced as a slide, resulting in low photographic quality. Location of original photograph unknown.

"A large Douglas-fir veteran on the ridge above the camp towered above the Spruce-Balsam forest. A decision was made to convert it into a forest fire lookout. This photo shows a climber going up to top it. After the top was removed, a platform was built. Large spikes were used to provide steps." --from the notes of Ralph Schmidt in accompanying file

Anne Sansom and son Ray Sansom Jr. at Aleza Lake

Item is a photograph of a copy print that has been reproduced as a slide, resulting in low photographic quality. Location of original photograph unknown.

"Ray Sansom, an assistant ranger at Aleza Lake, was hired as station foreman by the Research Division. He and his family moved into the log cabin at A.L.E.S." --from the notes of Ralph Schmidt in accompanying file

Old growth Douglas fir at West Branch, Aleza Lake Forest Experiment Station

Caption describing photograph: "Old growth Douglas fir 300 yrs, 28" DBH 90' Ht. Wind shook, coarse limbed sweeping bole, heart rot, survivor of old fire. Weakly drained lacustrine deposit. Note typical of isolated distribution (single or groups occuring in Sub-Alpine zone). Very infrequent cone crops - low viability, suspect high level inbreeding. No regeneration though receptive bed. West branch, F.E.S. Aleza Lake." Harry Coates stands in the photograph for scale.

Stand of immature birch on imperfectly drained clay of lacustrine origin, south of Ranger Station, Aleza Lake

Caption describing photograph: "Fine stand of immature birch on imperfectly drained clay of lacustrine origin. Scattered Spruce, Douglas fir and balsam, understory mountain ash, thimbleberry, RO Dogwood, corylus, rosa, Mtn maple and willow. Ht 45', 10" DBH age 25 years. (Dom 200 stems/ac) South of Ranger Station, Aleza Lake." Harry Coates stands in the photograph for scale.

E.P. 638 Exploratory Direct Seeding Trials in Prince George Forest District - Seeding Trial No. 9 - Typical one-year old Lodgepole pine seedling from T.S. X91918 Cluculz Lake

Caption describing photograph: "Seeding Trial No. 9. Typical one-year old seedlings. Lodgepole pine on area slash burned autumn 1965 and broadcast seeded at 8 ozs. per acre on Dec. 14, 1965 (10" snow). Exploratory Direct Seeding Trials in Prince George Forest District. Per title: Location T.S. X91918 Cluculz Lake (Lloyd Bros.). Photo: W.D. West, Prince George, negative filed with P.I.E. No. 15794/2."

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