2 edition of Rooting Sitka spruce from southeast Alaska found in the catalog.
Rooting Sitka spruce from southeast Alaska
Donald L Copes
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in [Portland, Or.]
Written in English
|Statement||Donald L. Copes|
|Series||Research note PNW -- RN-465, Research note PNW -- 465|
|Contributions||Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
Sitka boasts the highest saltwater sport fishing catch rate for king salmon in Alaska. Fly fish and feel the thrill of casting in untouched rivers and streams under towering spruce and hemlock trees. Salmon, trout, char and steelhead all thrive in Sitka's fresh waters. The southeast panhandle of Alaska differs sharply from the more northerly sections of the state. Precipitation here is high, comparing with Washington State, so the trees, such as Sitka spruce, grow to great heights and can be harvested for lumber or pulp. The region is the most historic in Alaska.
Sealaska is partnering with the Sustainable Southeast Partnership (SSP) and Allen Marine to support a new position within SSP, a regional catalyst for regenerative tourism, which will focus on: Supporting Southeast Alaska small communities around visitor industry opportunities Guiding the development of the visitor industry in rural areas Supporting new . been part of the Sitka story since , when a collection of poles donated by villages from southern Southeast Alaska were shown at national expositions in and , then shipped to Sitka and erected in Indian River Park. Traditionally the poles were allowed to deteriorate naturally, and many of those you see today are replicas.
Sitka is considered one of the most beautiful places in all of Alaska. Landmarked by the only dormant volcano in Southeast Alaska, Mt. Edgecumbe is just one of many sights that you’ll find yourself staring at. St. Lazaria is another unusual and wonderful sight. Located just a half mile south of Mt. Edcumbe’s shore line,. Alana Peterson is the interim director of Spruce Root, Inc., a CDFI founded by Sealaska five years ago. The non-profit lending organization works mainly with “underserved” communities in Southeast Alaska — anywhere that is not Juneau, Ketchikan, or Sitka.
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Sitka spruce cuttings from the lower crown root better than cuttings from the upper crown (van den Driessche ). Rooting of year-old trees is 24 percent from the lower crown and only 10 percent from the upper by: 2. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Copes, Donald L. Rooting Sitka spruce from southeast Alaska.
[Portland, Or.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. Sitka spruce grows from sea level to treeline in Alaska, at elevations ranging from m (3, ft) in southeast Alaska to m (1, ft) in Prince William Sound. High mountains of the coast ranges lie close to the sea, forming a barrier to moist, onshore winds and providing abundant moisture during the growing season.
Sitka Spruce from Southeast Alaska is the finest in the world, which is why many wood processors look for their supply of Sitka Spruce from Southern Southeast Alaska.
Prince of Wales Island, the place we call home, has the highest concentration of the best grade Sitka Spruce. The climate here is maritime, cool but moderate. Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Forest thinning -- Alaska. Western hemlock -- Thinning -- Alaska. Sitka spruce -- Thinning -- Alaska. Muskegs of Southeast Alaska by O. Wayne Robuck Abstract This guide identifies 49 common plants of coastal Alaska muskegs.
Plants are divided into six major groups: clubmosses, ferns, sedges, herbs, shrubs, and trees. Illustrations and short descriptions of each plant are provided, along with a simplified. The pair covered nautical miles in Southeast Alaska in sea kayaks, surviving off whatever they captured or found.
some reference books on wild edibles, and a spice kit. and spruce. Spruce Root promotes economic development and job creation in Southeast Alaska by providing access to small business loans and business advisory services.
Spruce Root is a not-for-profit (c)(3). One Sealaska Plaza, Suite i Juneau, AK i i [email protected] Grows well in bogs and can be found from northern California to Yakutat Alaska; Sitka Spruce: Mature height of to feet with an impressive girth of 5 feet to 8 feet in diameter.
The largest Sitka on record is 17 feet in diameter. Lifespan to years. Welcome to Alaska Specialty Woods We have been supplying the FINEST Sitka Spruce Instrument Tonewood material available to tonewood users, custom luthiers, manufacturers and other Builders of Acoustic Instruments since – processing thousands of soundboards annually from Sitka Spruce, Western Red Cedar & Alaskan Yellow Cedar.
We specialize inSitka Spruce. The Tlingit of southeast Alaska have produced some of the finest examples of two-strand twining; their spruce root baskets exhibit bold geometric designs in warm hues of red, orange, yellow, and brown.
In spring and fall, women collected the young roots of the Sitka Spruce, a tradition shared by both men and women today. Picea sitchensis, the Sitka spruce, is a large, coniferous, evergreen tree growing to almost m ( ft) tall, with a trunk diameter at breast height that can exceed 5 m (16 ft).
It is by far the largest species of spruce and the fifth-largest conifer in the world (behind giant sequoia, coast redwood, kauri, and western redcedar); and the third-tallest conifer species (after coast.
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Enjoying mild winters and cool summers with plenty of rain, the Sitka spruce can be found just about everywhere, and has been an important tree for Alaska’s economy. Strong, clear wood means Sitka spruce were used for. Spruce Root worked closely with the Juneau Economic Development Council, the Juneau Downtown Business Association, and regional Chambers of Commerce to identify the financial needs of Southeast Alaskan businesses.
Spruce Root will use this information to create an emergency financial product that can assist as quickly as possible. Ashley Snookes is the Programs Manager at Spruce Root. Ashley grew up in Sitka, Alaska where her experiences on the debate team prompted her interest in foreign affairs.
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