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One man's indictment of forestry in Arizona

November 11, 1985

Investigative journalist Ray Ring digs into Forest Service reports to explain why Arizona has been logged more intensively than any other Western state.

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One man's indictment of forestry in Arizona
Investigative journalist Ray Ring digs into Forest Service reports to explain why Arizona has been logged more intensively than any other Western state.

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