Index to Interview Questions:
00:29 – Tell us a little about your background.
11:49 – When you returned from WWII, how did you transition into forestry employment?
15:23 – Did you have to choose between public and private sector forestry for your early jobs?
21:55 – Tell us about learning to fly while you were working for Graeagle.
26:55 – Tell us about your job change from Graeagle Lumber to Echo Chalet on Echo Lake.
29:02 – What international adventures lured you away from Echo Chalet? European and Swiss Adventures
33:55 – Tell us about restarting your forestry career on the Rubicon and the emergence of American Forest Products in 1949.
37:16 – Pickering Lumber Company and the Sugar Pine Railroad
45:12 – Did you live in logging camps in the Sierra?
48:37 – Tell us about the impact of enviromental politics on the forestry profession during your career.
51:42 – Please tell us about some of the other saw mills in the area and log procurement.
57:39 – Did the advent of the professional foresters licensing law change your activities or practices?
59:34 – Tell us about your involvement with the Society of American Foresters and other forestry collaborations.
1:05:51 – Was it necessary for you to be involved in politics?
1:07:05 – How did you perceive the “winding down” of high volume harvest in the South Sierras?
1:11:30 – Did post WWII advances in equipment and practices alter forest management? What changes are affecting forest land management?
1:16:10 – Tell us about some of the trekking you have done in the High Sierra.
1:20:02 – Do you have a favorite spot in the High Sierra?