The Lochsa Story explores the lessons drawn from two centuries of human interaction with northern Idaho's Lochsa country and how those lessons can affect management philosophies of similar regions across the continent and beyond. This personal narrative iExcept for our plans for the flats alongside the Lochsa River, our approach lacked the detail needed to guide the land ... would for the most part be determined by the wisdom of the people of the Forest Service, the Northern Pacific Railway ... forest type, were then drawn on the map, showing the compass bearing that the cruiser must use to follow the strip. Guided by this map, the cruiser ran the strip, sampling one-fifth-acre plots at two-chain (one chain equals sixty-six feet) intervals.
|Title||:||The Lochsa story|
|Publisher||:||Mountain Pr - 1996-11|