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Keyword: Boise Basin Experimental Forest

Region 4 Science Partner Program: Landscape restoration on the Boise Basin Experimental Forest

Projects Posted on: July 24, 2017
RMRS researchers Terrie Jain, Kate Dwire, and Travis Warziniack are partnering with managers on the Boise National Forest and scientists at the University of Idaho to develop, implement, and evaluate place-based adaptive management strategies with the goal of improving the resilience of Northern Rockies ponderosa pine stands to fire and other disturbances.

Boise Basin Experimental Forest

Experimental Forests and Ranges Posted on: September 09, 2015
Located near Idaho City, Idaho, the Boise Basin Experimental Forest was established in 1933 to study ponderosa pine management. This experimental forest has been the site of long-term research and data collection on fire, soils, habitat types, and vegetation trends. Current research opportunities include ponderosa pine restoration, the urban-rural interface, and recreation.

Boise Basin Experimental Forest (Idaho)

Publications Posted on: May 30, 2013
The Boise Basin Experimental Forest was established in 1933 to study ponderosa pine. It consists of 3,537 ha with elevations ranging from 1,200 to 3,630 m. Boise Basin is divided into three units surrounding Idaho City in southern Idaho. Idaho City was a booming mining town in the 1870s and the surrounding forests supplied material to the community.