Figure 15. Forest cover in
the Gray’s River watershed in 1942. Between 1929 and 1942 10,845 acres, 14% of
forest had been logged. In 1942 there
were 54,802 acres of old-growth remaining in the watershed. Pre-1942 logging patterns are visible in the
lowlands and adjacent to stream corridors leading to the northeastern uplands
of the watershed (Mark Scott 1997).