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  • A timber town rallies for roads

    Idaho Republican Rep. Helen Chenoweth takes part in a rally in the timber town of Cascade, Idaho, to protest the Forest Service's road-building moratorium.

  • Program gets a C

    The federal program, "Jobs in the Woods," intended to retrain timber workers in the Northwest, may have helped some workers, but the Klamath Forest Alliance says the program allows politics rather than science to decide what projects are undertaken.

  • Foreign forests keep mills alive

    Some mills in Oregon stay busy even as fewer trees are cut in the U.S. by milling imported logs.

  • Timber town opts for water over logs

    The small timber town of Detroit, Ore., turns its back on its logging history to protect its watershed from clear-cutting.

  • A timber country memoir

    Robert Leo Heilman's "Overstory: Zero; Real Life in Timber Country" portrays life in a logging community.

  • How a foe saved the Quincy Library Group's bacon

    A columnist takes a critical look behind the hoopla surrounding the Quincy Library Group at what has really been accomplished.

  • We're much stronger together

    In his own words, environmental attorney and Quincy Library Group member Michael Jackson discusses the group.

  • I was always welcomed there

    In her own words, environmentalist Terry Terhaar discusses her positive experience with the Quincy Library Group.

  • My experience with the Quincy group wasn't positive

    In her own words, environmentalist Erin Noel discusses her negative experience with the Quincy Library Group.

  • The stress was very heavy

    In her own words, Rose Comstock of California Women in Timber discusses how she overcame her reservations to try to work with the Quincy Library Group.

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