The Pinon Pine: A Natural and Cultural History

The Pinon Pine A Natural and Cultural History The pinon pines are a group of small hardy trees that inhabit the semi arid mountains and mesas of the Western United States and Mexico Because they produce exceptionally nutritious pine nuts and gro

  • Title: The Pinon Pine: A Natural and Cultural History
  • Author: Ronald M. Lanner
  • ISBN: 9780874170658
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The pinon pines are a group of small, hardy trees that inhabit the semi arid mountains and mesas of the Western United States and Mexico Because they produce exceptionally nutritious pine nuts and grow where few other trees can survive, they have a long relationship with man and animal in the pinon juniper woodland.

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