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Speed up process of salvage logging
September 3, 2005
Herald and News
That's why protracted
battles over timber salvage from forest fires on
public lands play to the interest of people who are
against logging. If the delay is long enough, the
issue's settled because the timber isn't worth
enough to bring out of the woods.
Because of the need for
speed, it's important that processes be in place
that allow salvage logging to move ahead quickly,
even in old-growth areas, though not without a
Oregonians want responsible management of the state's resources and that includes making proper and speedy use of burned over timber.
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