Op-Ed: Amber Shelton: Massive Timber Sale Proposed for Klamath National Forest

Jan 29, 2015

Jan. 27, 2015 - A massive 43,883 acre post-fire logging project is being proposed by the Klamath National Forest. Almost half of the project within areas that are supposed to be set aside to protect and enhance old growth forest ecosystems called, Late Successional Reserves. The Forest Service is planning to streamline this unprecedented...

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Obama Using U.S. Tax Dollars and HIS Campaign Team to Defeat Netanyahu

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