Forestry Camp 1916 Western Route

Forestry Camp
Year: 
1916
Location: 
Western Route
Instructors: 
G. B. MacDonald*, and George Morbeck

For a period of 12 weeks, a 7,500-mile trip was taken and short camps in Colorado, Utah, Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, and Minnesota. The transportation was by railroad.

Ames foresters cutting massive logs into fire wood. Wow.

The Ames foresters in action, cutting firewood for the camp, Wind River Experiment Station, Columbia National Forest in Oregon.

More photos can be seen in the 1916 Ames Forester.

*Indicates camp director or co-director