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Manera Wash





Plate 754X. Manera Wash 1966 – 1984 – 2004 In 1954, the Forest Service established three Parker Three-Step Transects at Manera Wash to monitor range conditions on the Dixie National Forest. In 1963, the agency added pellet group and utilization transects to the previously established Parker Three-Steps. Plate 754x is viewed northeast at the start of the third Parker Three-Step Transect. Pinyon and juniper have increased. Shrubs include cliff rose, bitterbrush, mountain big sage, snakeweed, and green rabbitbrush. Cheatgrass is abundant.

Photo Information:

U.S. Forest Service photographs (unnumbered) taken on September 20, 1966 and May 9, 1984; retake by Darrell McMahon on August 10, 2004 - - Photo No. DM-49-20A. Original photographs, negatives, and narrative reports held in the range files on the St. George Ranger District, Dixie National Forest, St. George, UT.

Vegetative Community:

Sagebrush, Pinyon, Juniper


South West: Section 16, Range 17 West, Township 39 South; UTM 256107 E, 4141511 N; elevation 4,898 ft.

January 2018