Season 13 Episode #1303
Tillamook Railroad; No Ivy League; Missoula Floods Erratics
The Tillamook railroad is a short line run along some of the most beautiful scenery in Oregon, but it's also one of the most challenging to operate. The so-called "green plague" is spreading quickly, choking out other forms of plant life. And an investigation into boulder-sized rocks from as far away as Canada that litter the Willamette Valley.
Segments in this Episode
All Season 13
Oregon Field Guide: Episode #1311
Oregon Field Guide: Episode #1310
Oregon Field Guide: Episode #1308
Oregon Field Guide: Episode #1307
Oregon Field Guide: Episode #1303
Major Support Provided By: Dorothy D. Gage
Additional Support Provided By: the Coit Family Foundation, Fred and Clara Dolen Charitable Foundation, Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird, Christine and David Vernier, and the Greenfield/Hartline Habitat Conservation Fund of the Nature Conservancy.
Special thanks for support by: The Roundhouse Foundation, Jon and Nancy Decherd, Bonnie and Peter Reagan