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Re: “Vermont Plans to Step Up Logging on Public Land Around Camel's Hump

Mother Nature destroyed the woods around my home in Stowe. Mostly 80 year old white pine uprooted and snapped mid-trunk by hurricane force winds last October. All those trees are coming down sooner or later. A well-managed forest presents a better prospect for long term health than an unmanaged one. This isnt about a money grab its about protecting a natural resource. Selective and active logging can be very beneficial to the long term heath of the forest.

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Posted by Night Kitchen on 04/14/2018 at 9:25 PM

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