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Green Watch – March 2001

Green Watch for March 2001 TimberLine Police in Bangor, Maine arrested 11 university students who protested against Wickes Lumber Co. About 20 students staged the...

In The Arena: Keeping Global Warming Drumbeat Going and…

  In November, when people in the warm state of Florida were explaining to the rest of us why they couldn’t read a ballot, many...

Green Watch – February 2001

Green Watch for February 2001 TimberLine • Environmentalists launched an attack against Gale Norton, President Bush’s nominee to replace Bruce Babbitt as interior secretary. They...

Green Watch – December 2000

  Defenders of Wildlife praised the Clinton administration’s decision to expand its roadless initiative for national forests. Robert Dewey, vice president for government regulations and...

Clearing the Air’ About Environmental Record

Rich Jefferson describes how enviromentalist fight to win PR battle not save the planet If you’ve ever felt that greens care more about political clout...

Green Land Grab Turns Maine into Battleground

Journalists us "Fuzzy" science in covering environmental debate. I’m often asked how a reporter could have written a story one way and not another. "They...

In the Arena: End Voodoo, Put Forests Under Local Control

Former Interior Department Insider Calls for the Abolition of the US Forest Service It’s time to abolish the U. S. Forest Service. It’s time to...

Wildfires Raging Across the West

Federal government sends in troops to fight wildfires while latest blazes enflame policy debate. Troops Deployed to Fight the Fires Military troops were summoned to fight...

Forest Service Chief Urges Writers to Assail Chip Mills

US Forest Service Chief Michael Dombeck alleged that forests in the Southeast were being overharvested and suggested that chip mills were to blame. U.S. Forest...

FRA Helping Forest Products Industry Get Active

Forest Resources Association Launches New Pro-Forestry Activism Web Site. In the past year the Forest Resources Association (FRA) has done at least two good things...
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