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Sustaining aspen in western landscape

Stop #1: Field trip attendees gather at Divide Fork Campground on the Uncompahgre Plateau, near Grand Junction, CO. - View photo

Stop #1: Healthy aspen stand near Divide Fork Campground. - View photo

Stop #2: Dr. Wayne Sheppard discusses aspen soils and stand development. - View photo

Stop #2: Roy Mask described poplar borers as shown at the base of this aspen tree. - View photo

Stop #2: The black bark on these aspen indicate typical winter snow depth and resulting bark damage due to small mammals. - View photo

Stop #3: The lunch stop with an expansive view. - View photo

Stop #4: Cliff White standing near a mature aspen tree in a mixed aspen/conifer stand. - View photo

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