Friday, March 04, 2005

To Thin?

Yes thin forests that have previous harvesting histories because these lands have been altered by man. Therefore, he must tend that work like a garden. The idea is to get a multiple species composition that return to an old growth condition. The idea derails when they keep sneaking in 400-year-old trees during the thinning contract negotiation. Activists can keep that from happening, but not by taking an absolutist stance. That should be taken on harvesting never before cut roadless lands in the public domain. That's the commons in our trust.


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