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A GROUND FIRE BURNING THE SLASH
The shade of the debris and under vegetation is removed, the mineral soil is exposed and
sufficient seed trees are left. Conditions favourable for the reproduction of Douglas fir.

THE PROiiARI,E. CONDITION OF THE AREA SHOWN ABOVE AFTER TWEI,vE YEARS

The area represented here was logged and burned twelve years ago and it now contains
5,000 young fir trees, 1,300 cedar and 400 hemlock per acre.

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