The Latah Soil and Water Conservation District is accepting nominations for an appointment to the position of Supervisor on the Board of Supervisors. See Idaho Code Title 22 Chapter 27 for the qualifications, authorities, and tenure of Board Supervisors within the State of Idaho. Letters of interest should be received by COB on November 30, 2022, and addressed to District Manager, Latah Soil and Water Conservation District, 220 East 5th Street, Suite 208, Moscow, ID 83843. Additional information about the Latah Soil and Water Conservation District can be found at www.latahswcd.org .
- Feb 1, 2021
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Grand Fir (Abies grandis) is also known as White, Silver, Balsam, or Piss Fir. It is common in moist forests, stream bottoms, valleys, and lower mountain slopes. It prefers North-facing slopes and can grow in a variety of soil types. It is very shade tolerant, especially when young. It is a dominant climax species in some habitat types and a long-lived seral species in others. Grand Fir is the most popular species for Christmas trees in the Northwest because of its thick-foliage, symmetry, deep green shiny color, and strong, orangish fragrance. Fun fact, Grand fir is the tallest known fir species!
Height: Up to 260'
Needles: 1-1.5" dark green above, pale with stripe below, grow in 2 flat rows
Cones: 2-4" cylindrical, borne upright on tree
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