A different ‘white’ Christmas

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A different ‘white’ Christmas

Chopping fir species for yule tree is easier on environment
Barbara Telecky of the San Juan Mountains Association joins the hunt for a Christmas tree in a wooded area of the Beaver Meadows area east of Bayfield.
When you get your tag, remember it’s prohibited to cut trees in wilderness areas or within 100 feet of campgrounds, picnic areas and recreation sites.
The white fir is a good, and legal, choice as a Christmas tree, says David Crawford, a forester with the U.S. Forest Service, who carries one through the Beaver Meadows area east of Bayfield.
The white fir is a good, and legal, choice as a Christmas tree, says David Crawford, a forester with the U.S. Forest Service, who searches for one in the Beaver Meadows area east of Bayfield.

A different ‘white’ Christmas

Barbara Telecky of the San Juan Mountains Association joins the hunt for a Christmas tree in a wooded area of the Beaver Meadows area east of Bayfield.
When you get your tag, remember it’s prohibited to cut trees in wilderness areas or within 100 feet of campgrounds, picnic areas and recreation sites.
The white fir is a good, and legal, choice as a Christmas tree, says David Crawford, a forester with the U.S. Forest Service, who carries one through the Beaver Meadows area east of Bayfield.
The white fir is a good, and legal, choice as a Christmas tree, says David Crawford, a forester with the U.S. Forest Service, who searches for one in the Beaver Meadows area east of Bayfield.
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