Gunther Heeren indicating a one-year old ponderosa pine seedling on the Keller Ridge burn of August 1958. Almost the entire burn seed to pine. Many seedlings have been destroyed by drought, by slavage logging and by cattle grazing. It is hoped, however, that the burn is still adequately stocked.
- Department of the Interior. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Portland Area Office. Natural Resources. 1950- ?
Photographic reports compiled by Harold Weaver illustrate forest management on Indian Reservation forests of Washington and Oregon, mainly on Colville where Weaver was Forest supervisor before becoming Regional Forester in 1960. Ther are a few photos of California and Montana and reports of scientific field trips.