2 WHOPPERS at SUGARLOAF
dbeorn at freenet.vcu.edu
Tue Jul 16 16:55:34 EST 1996
On 31 May 1996, Mckeantree wrote:
> From: Mckeantree <mckeantree at aol.com>
> Newgroups: bionet.agroforestry
> 2 WHOPPERS from SUGARLOAF/ RIDER
> WHOPPER #1
> Boise Cascade and the Forest Service told the public that only a few old
> growth trees would be logged from Sugarloaf.
> TRUTH: the Public Forestry Foundation counted 1000 trees over four feet
> in diameter marked for cutting.
depends on your definition of "old growth" maybe???
> WHOPPER #2: Logging Sugarloaf would improve the health of the forest by
> removing the white fir understory.
> TRUTH: They took only the big trees and left the white fir.
> IF this disgusts you as much as it does me, DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. Tell
> Clinton to use his executive power to stop the rider sales. He needs the
What's wrong with it?? Did they damage the forest?? They probably took
trees that would be profitable. Did they put it in writing they would do
these things or what?? Maybe someone who said it didn't know what they
were talking about. Maybe they made a mistake???
And by the way, I hope he DOES get booted!!
> green vote. Tell him to stop the rider or get botted. For more info on
> what you can do check out:
> The leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations.
> -----Revelation 22:2
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