A series of photographs of the Willow Creek, St. Joe National Forest, captured over 31 years in the life cycle of the forest. The caption on the back reads, "Eleven years have passed since the virgin forest was harvested. The hillsides are mantled with young trees. Between them, shrubs provide an abundance of food for deer and elk. The native grasses are disappearing. Their role in the forest cycle has been largely fulfilled. Little soil movement is now evident".
Willow Creek, [date], MSS056_11_3_Scenic_166, Frank Church Papers, MSS 056, Special Collections and Archives, Albertsons Library, Boise State University
Special Collections and Archives, Albertsons Library, Boise State University
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