Loggers picke, yadadadada
dstaples at livingston.net
Tue Jul 22 14:41:28 EST 1997
Joseph Zorzin wrote:
> Don Staples wrote:
> > I do not advocate governmental controls for private lands, I advocate
> > required management if the land owner receives any type of assistance.
> > I would require that the environmentalists spend at least as much time
> > on private good management practices and they do on telling the
> > government whats wrong with theie management. Further, the biggest
> > annual loss of productive forest land in the United States is in the
> > Private sector. Not clear cut and replanted, but lost, clear cut and
> > abandoned to nature. I am not talking about the PNW, but the much
> > vaster and more abused eastern portion of our land.
> > --
> And even more gets clearcut and turned into Wallmart parking lots.
For sure, more the reason to emphasize the management of the ever
lessening acreage. As consulting foresters you and I don't have the
budget for educationg the public that the state and feds do, yet we
impact them greater than they. Seems like there job is education of the
public, yet their I&E budgets get chopped every year.
My tax dollars wasted on competing with me.
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