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Photo taken by William A. Eastman Jr.,’ 33 in April 1931 shows some members of his sophomore class at the site of the fallen Tree of Mineral, WA. Professor Alexander’s class at Pack Forest, having just finished constructing Biltmore-Hypsometer sticks, traveled to Mineral where they visited this giant Douglas-fir which had fallen during a 1929-1930 winter storm. The class took various measurements and it was estimated that the tree was 1,020 years old when it fell, 15.4 ft dbh and 385 ft tall.

5. Japanese Snowbell Tree

5. Japanese Snowbell Tree

University of Washington School of Environmental and Forest Sciences

27. Paper Birch

kwanzan cherry tree | Kwanzan Cherry

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UW Brockman Memorial Tree tour

Cherry trees in bloom, Tree Tour at UW, Seattle, WA www.cfr.washingto...

Brockman Memorial Tree Tour - University of Washington

Styrax japonicus

The BLM is providing $4,000,000 to the PNW CESU - a cooperative of ten federal agencies dedicated to natural and cultural resource management and 17 academic institutions and one state agency in the Pacific Northwest. The objective is to improve the scientific base for managing federal lands by providing resource managers with scientific research, technical assistance, and education. www.topgovernment...

Japanese Snowbell

Kwanzan Flowering Cherry tree


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