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In 1971 Jim and Virginia leased and then purchased more land near Colburn, Idaho some 10 miles north of Sandpoint, Idaho to justify an ever growing cattle operation.As Jim & Virginias children grew into adulthood, they too began to acquire cattle and timber land as well as branch off into different land-based businesses. What makes the Wood Family outstanding candidates for this award is their durability, sustainability, innovativeness in land based business ventures and their commitment to strong family, generational values regarding land management.Now encompassing five generations of family members and 13 family tree farms, the Wood family has grown from original homesteads carved out of logged over timber company lands in the early part of the last century to 2,083 acres of certified timberland on separate but in most cases contiguous family member tree farms as well as over 1,000 acres of farm and grassland for cattle operations.These special hunting tags are usually given to senior citizen hunters who cannot, by age or agility, hunt in rough terrain.Grey Wolf has been re-introduced into northern Idaho, and populations are being controlled through legal hunting.Jim Woods Father Riley Wood purchased logged-over timberland from the Humbird Lumber Company on Gold Creek in the early 1940s.
As part of their ongoing concern to conserve the land they have placed 640 acres in the Forest Legacy Program. They are a great testament to Tree Farms 75th anniversary and are living examples of the true concept of Forest Legacy.Jim was also named Idaho Grass Man of the year in 1968 and was heavily involved in the local 4-H horse program.Jim also helped organize 4-H trail rides and endurance rides for visitors throughout the Cabinet Mountains.Wildlife Including Threatened and Endangered Species The combined Wood Family Tree Farms provide over 2,200 acres of woodland wildlife habitat for a host of native wildlife including but not limited to Elk, Woodpeckers, Mule deer, Moose, Cougar, Whitetail deer, Raccoon, Red-tailed hawk, Squirrel, Turkey, Black bear, Coyote, Owls and so on.
Periodic snags are left standing to provide habitat for vertebrate species and cavity-nesting birds, particularly the Pileated woodpecker.
Grandchildren Jody Wood Russell & her husband Todd with Isaac Schoonover also own timberland and raise cattle.