"Forest Protection" and sex

HULTGREN arne at snowcrest.net
Sun Mar 7 23:57:33 EST 1999


<dwheeler at teleport.com> wrote in message
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>In article <36DFD4A2.63ADF60E at forestmeister.com>,

(big snip)

>I think I agree with most of what you have said Joe. On the west coast,
this
>is done admirably and for long-term by the Alamanor Forest in Northern

Sorry Doug, guess again. No such national forest by that name.

>California. BUT, before a single tree is marked by a manager-to-be, they
>first try to envision where the stand will be 10-25-50-100 years in the
>future. In other words, they may decide an old-growth larch with little

Wrong again. No larch there.

>commercial value has ecologic priority over a younger sugar pine nearby.
The
>decision may be one of stand complexity or ecologic diversity: what animals

(another snip)

>Daniel B. Wheeler
>http://www.oregonwhitetruffles.
>"I like to walk a mile in a man's shoes before criticizing him. That
>way, if he gets angry, I'm a mile away. And he's barefoot."
>
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