Trees. SUBALPINE FIR. SUBALPINE FIR (Abies lasiocarpa Nutt.) alpine fir, balsam fir, white balsam, white fir GENERAL DESCRIPTION Subalpine fir is a typical medium sized evergreen tree of our high mountain slopes and canyons. Its crown is very distinctive in
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SUBALPINE fir has had only limited use in Utah. Some use has been for poles, rough construction timbers, and fuel. The wood of
this tree may have some potential for boxwood and pulp. In many of our local timber harvest operations this tree is cut with
other species and processed into poorer grades of lumber. Wood rot is a serious problem in this tree and causes considerable
loss in older stands, especially the lower logs. Small trees are EXTENSIV
There once was a INDIAN who lived on a mountain for all his life in tell he was 200 years old he went to the mountain and got lost as he was a kid, his hole life.
It was lonely for a wile but he got used to it so days went by then months then years but he made some friends some animal friends that is. So from that day on he’s known as the Indian on the mountain.