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The owl’s stunning reprieve

Citizens stand up to Bush in defense of ancient forests
By Paul Koberstein
Cascadia Times

History is certain to judge the Bush years as a disaster for the nation’s — and the planet’s — environment. But as his second term winds down, it’s worth noting that ancient forests in the Pacific Northwest are still standing, despite the administration’s vigorous efforts to help timber companies cut them down, and thanks to countless citizens who stood in the way.  Read more…

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