Life Cycles of the Forest, Sacramento Evening Lecture Series

Cloudcroft, NM (September 10, 2012) –Why do aspen trees grow in some areas, while white fir fill the adjacent canyon?  Why do we see ponderosa pine in some places and Douglas-fir in others?  Join Mickey Mauter, Timber Sale Administrator for the Lincoln National Forest, to find the answers to these forest questions and more.

Mickey, who grew up and spent much of his adult http://imagineear.com/pharmacy/buy-lorazepam/ life in the forest of the Sacramento Mountains, will share his knowledge of Forest Life Cycles at September’s Lecture.  The program will begin at 5:30 on Thursday, September 13, at the Sacramento Ranger Station, 4 Lost Lodge Road in Cloudcroft.  We hope to see you there.

For additional information please contact the Sacramento Ranger District at 575-682-2551 or check out our website, www.fs.usda.gov/lincoln.