Cy Bingham Arborglyphs

OPB | Feb. 1, 2001 7:30 p.m.

Evidence of the life and activities of Cy Bingham, one of Oregon’s earliest forest rangers, can still be found today in the trees where he carved his name. At the turn of the last century Cy Bingham was one of only a handful of federal forest rangers within the Oregon Cascades. Mark Dunaway is trying to catalog the many trees and trails where Cy left his mark, but it is a race against time as the forest has begun to cover Cy’s tracks.

First Broadcast: 2001
Producer: Jim Newman

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