Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Born to Be V.P. of A.F.R.C.

A timber trade association is appealing a harvest planned for the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, saying the project doesn't clear enough trees to improve forest health and lower fire danger.

"This is not something that we do very often. It has to be a pretty extreme situation for us to feel that the project just isn't meeting the purpose and need."- Anne Forest Burns, vice president of the American Forest Resource Council.

(H.T. Commonsense & Wonder.)

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