redoak at forestmeister.com
Wed Feb 17 08:24:44 EST 1999
> >So who paid for your time and expenses on that project? Or did you just do
> >for the fun of it and to be a nice guy?
> As a forester for the state, my time and expenses I spend on writing management
> plans come from the federal funding for the stewardship program and EPA's 319
> funding. That is part of the technical assistance offered to the landowners.
Hmmmm... I thought America was a free enterprise country, not Soviet
Russia. Why can't you burros go let consultants do this work? <G>
Gee, how come I can't get a gubmint barber to cut my hair for free? Or
get a gubmint plumber to fix my toilet? But if I'm a rich guy with
forest land I can get a gubmint guy to write me a mgt. plan? Oh, that's
right, America represents socialism for the rich; now that most of the
wealth of the country has trickled up for the past quarter century.
Slash welfare for the single woman with 12 kids living in a slum. Take
away her food stamps.. then use the money to have a gubmint guy prepare
Joe Zorzin, Practicing Forester
"Keep on Truckin" cartoon by R. Crumb, Zap Comix no. 1, 1967
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