Pebbles on the Edge
Thursday, April 7, 2011
These plantations cover ground that was previously completely bare of anything but grass and sagebrush. They receive water and nitrients through drip-irrigation, and are harvested when mature to provide material for moulding trim and paper pulp. They harbor a variety of wildlife, including cougars. I'd hate to get lost in one in the dark! Or even daylight. There are no points of reference once inside. Alex should shoot a film in there.
It's still strange to see these vast artificial forests in the middle of the desert of Eastern Oregon...