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400 Scientists: Details Missing from National Forest Management Act

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Details, details, details. More than 400 scientists and about 300,000 lay people from across the country are asking for more “details” in the National Forest Management Act. The public comment period ended Monday, and New Mexico Congressman Martin Heinrich is echoing the call for specifics. He says the act gets praise for much of its content, but that wildlife and water decision-making guidelines in the plan are vague, rather than tied to the best available science.  Read More…

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