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Nature beyond SolitudeNotes from the Field$
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John Seibert Farnsworth

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781501747281

Published to Cornell Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.7591/cornell/9781501747281.001.0001

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Notes from the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest

Notes from the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest

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(p.115) 4 Notes from the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest
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Nature beyond Solitude
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John Seibert Farnsworth

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Cornell University Press
DOI:10.7591/cornell/9781501747281.003.0004

This chapter details the author's field notes from the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest. The author was awarded a two-week residency in the forest through the Spring Creek Project, which is administered through Oregon State University. The project began in 2003 and will continue until 2203, fully funded. The mission is to keep a “Forest Log” of ecological reflections for two centuries. The chapter then recounts the author's identification of the trees and plants. The trees include Douglas-firs, western hemlock, western red cedars, and Pacific silver firs. Meanwhile, the plants include the Low Oregon grape, trillium, and Linnaea borealis, better known as “twinflower.” However, there were no blooms to speak of at the end of October.

Keywords:   H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest, Spring Creek Project, Forest Log, ecological reflections, Douglas-firs, western hemlock, Low Oregon grape

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