Nature Notes

Volume III No. 1 - July, 1930

Greetings From Crater Lake National Park: 1930
By Earl U. Homuth, Acting Park Naturalist

"Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as the sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their strength into you, and the storms their energy, and cares will drop from you like autumn leaves."

Quotation from John Muir.

Crater Lake decal

To our many friends scattered throughout the land, to those whose good fortune it has been to visit Crater Lake National Park, and to those whose pleasure still lies in anticipation, we extend greetings.

The season gives every indication of success. A light, late-season snowfall was soon cleared, and the camp grounds were bright with the campfire of visitors long before the official opening date, July 1.

The staff of the Educational Division has been again augmented and we wish to introduce Mr. F. Lyle Wynd, who has, during five years study in the Park, completed a "Flora of the Park", soon to go to press; Mr. Norman Ashcraft for five years a ranger in the park; and Mr. Clyde Gilbert, a student of Geology, from Eugene, Oregon.

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