USFS Salvage Sales
dstaples at livingston.net
Mon Jun 8 13:34:00 EST 1998
Donald L Ferry wrote:
> Don Staples <dstaples at livingston.net> wrote:
> >Jack Clifford wrote:
> >> Don:
> >> I don't get your point. It seems like pretty standard stuff.
> >> I'm not that
> >> familiar with weight sales, but the information on equipment
> >> requirements,
> >> required actions and limitations is something I'd surely
> >> want to know if I were
> >> thinking of bidding on the timber. Believe me, if this were
> >> not spelled out in the
> >> prospectus and the contract, there would be a lot of unhappy
> >> folks when cutting
> >> started.
> >> Jack
> >> Don Staples wrote in message
> >> <357B7123.1600 at livingston.net>...
> >> >For those of you who have never witnessed the USFS in all
> >> their legal
> >> >glory, check:
> >> http://www.r8web.com/texas/Prospectuses/pros_sab_56.htm
> >> >--
> >> >Don Staples
> >> >
> >> >My Ego Stroke: http://www.livingston.net/dstaples/
> >Sorry, you missed some of the early posts on the salvage sale in Texas.
> >This is the prospectus for the sale of blow down timber in NF inTexas.
> >The restrictions and use of standard sales prospectus/contracts mixed
> >with the rapidly deteriorating material will leave most of the material
> >on the ground. This was all compounded when the Sierra Club filed suit
> >to prevent any salvage on the blow down.
> >This is an emergency harvest of downed material, and the world has taken
> >a standard polemic approach to ensure no blame can be accrued.
> The only emergency I see is your mouth on full throttle
Ah, a Don Baccus clone.
My Ego Stroke: http://www.livingston.net/dstaples/
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