Timber Sales

From member station KLCC in Eugene, Oregon, Nancy Solomon reports that a federal judge has put nine federal timber sales in the Pacific Northwest on hold, saying the government failed to conduct wildlife surveys required under a landmark management plan for old-growth forests.



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