Items by Erik Ryberg
The writer takes an ironic look at the Thunderbolt timber sale in Idaho, and at Boise Cascade's conviction that only logging can save the endangered chinook salmon.
The Forest Service proposes changes in the National Forest Management Act which environmentalists worry will weaken an important law.
The rescissions bill signed by President Clinton calls for huge amounts of salvage timber to be cut.
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