National Forests

Should recreation take priority over logging?


The fees timber companies pay to cut trees in national forests are supposed to help the Forest Service manage the nation's vast network of public forests and logging roads. But growing concern over the loss of forest habitat and its impact on endangered species, water quality and recreational usage has raised questions about the timber-sales program, which ...

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