Forestry Museum and

Forestry Interpretive Area

 
 

Starting in 1983, the Missoula Chapter of the Society of American Foresters (SAF) has built and operated a Forestry Interpretive Area that is located on the grounds of the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula.  The goal of the Forestry Interpretive Area is to preserve, display and research the history of forestry and timber harvesting in Western Montana

 

Forestry Interpretive Area

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Forestry_Museum_Albums/Pages/Teepee_Burner.html
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High WheelsForestry_Museum_Albums/Pages/High_Wheels.html
Steam Powered Saw MillForestry_Museum_Albums/Pages/Steam_Powered_Saw_mill.html
Teepee BurnerForestry_Museum_Albums/Pages/Teepee_Burner.html
Antique Logging EquipmentForestry_Museum_Albums/Pages/Antique_Logging_Equipment.html
History of Logging in MissoulaHistory_of_Logging.html
History of Forestry and ConservationHistory_of_Forestry.html

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