Administration’s new forest planning rules: Read the fine print

March 08, 2011
The Mail Tribune
By Dominick A. DellaSala
and Randi Spivak

Recognizing the need for a 21st-century vision, the Obama administration recently announced a sweeping planning rule for the 193-million-acre national forest system. The rule will govern management of the national forests with the goal of maintaining and restoring forests and watersheds that Oregonians will increasingly depend on for climate change insurance.  Read more…

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