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Squaw carpet ( Ceanothus prostratus) taking possesion of bank in highway cut in WYP type near Montgomery Creek Shasta County. Redding Alturas Highway. Suggests suitability of this species as a covering for banks of highway cuts in the timber types of California. Not only would it check erosion but also crowd out more inflammable grasses and weeds.






Title:

Squaw carpet ( Ceanothus prostratus) taking possesion of bank in highway cut in WYP type near Montgomery Creek Shasta County. Redding Alturas Highway. Suggests suitability of this species as a covering for banks of highway cuts in the timber types of California. Not only would it check erosion but also crowd out more inflammable grasses and weeds.

Format:

still image

Map ID:

Map record

Quad Number:

22

Quad Name:

Burney

Photo Number:

241609

Photo ID:

358

Date Created:

09-04-1929

Photographer:

Wieslander, Albert Everett

Species:

Ceanothus prostratus
Pinus sp.

Collection:

VTM

Resource Type:

Photo

Rights:

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