By Charlie Reynolds
August 14, 2009
I got the impression that Southeast Alaska Conservation Council,
Audubon Alaska and the Alaska Wilderness League are dictating
to the Forest Service and the timber industry (what's left of
it) how to run their business.
So what is next? Will PETA be dictating to the Dept of Agriculture
and the farmers how to run their's ?
Received August 12, 2009 -
Published August 14, 2009
the Logjam on Logjam - On Monday, the Southeast Alaska Conservation
Council, Audubon Alaska and the Alaska Wilderness League presented
a collaborative Alaskan proposal for the Logjam timber sale in
the Tongass National Forest to Regional Forester, Denny Bschor.
The proposal balances the need for jobs, economic timber supply
and healthy fish and wildlife populations on Prince of Wales
Island. - More...
Tuesday - August 11, 2009
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