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Salty Bay Douglas Fir

History

Salty Bay Douglas Fir
Salty Bay Douglas Fir

Flying over San Francisco, you’ll likely see an array of colors ranging from grassy green and rusty orange to bold magenta. These long-enjoyed features are salt evaporation ponds, built in the mid-19th century. Beautiful to the eye, these ponds also became a haven for birds looking for an easy meal. Over time, the San Francisco National Wildlife Refuge began acquiring the land to preserve the land and the wildlife.

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Datasheet

Salty Bay Douglas Fir
Salty Bay Douglas Fir

Source: Salt Packing Facility
Prior Use: Post, beams, and purlins
Species: Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga Menziesil)

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Salty Bay Douglas Fir
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Salty Bay Douglas Fir
Salty Bay Douglas Fir
Salty Bay Douglas Fir
Salty Bay Douglas Fir
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