- The Forest Service's catch-22. O'Toole, R. // Washington Monthly;Jan90, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p18
Describes the Forest Service's `sequoia grove enhancement' program, which involves selling all non-museum-quality (less than eight feet in diameter) trees in their giant sequoia groves. Criticisms; Management of other areas; Bias toward logging;Cost of reforestation; Congressional action.
- A special camp for special kids McLean, Herbert E. // American Forests;Mar/Apr1990, Vol. 96 Issue 3/4, p28
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- Come back, cool stream. McLean, Herbert E. // American Forests;Mar/Apr94, Vol. 100 Issue 3/4, p17
Reports on the US Forest Service's Clarks Creek ecosystem-management project. Effort to fix the watershed; Guidelines in the agency's blueprint for forest health; Devastation of the area surrounding Clarks Creek; Erosion of the creek's banks; Route of the creek; Involvement of school children. ...
- Coming & going. // American Forests;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 100 Issue 7/8, p48
Reports on appointments and buyout incentives at the US Forest Service. Expected number of employees who will take advantage of Forest Service's buyout program as part of the proposed reorganization of the Department of Agriculture and its offices; Forest Service Chief Jack Ward Thomas'...
- Memos to the chief. Stiak, J. // Sierra;Jul/Aug90, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p26
Discusses the need for reforms in the US Forest Service. New Perspectives program and biological diversity; High timber quotas; Encouraging signs.
- The dividing line. Buchanan, Patrick J. // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;08/18/97, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p17
Examines the impact of the rising tide of terrorism on international efforts to create peace between the Arabs and the Israelis. Terrorism wrought by the Hamas bombers; Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's opposition to the land-for-peace proposal; Role of the United States in helping...
- You, too, can `Dance With Wolves.' Fayhee, M.J. // Backpacker;May91, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p12
Discusses a landswap in which 12,000 acres of Homestake Mining Company land in western South Dakota near the Black Hills was shifted to US Forest Service control. In exchange, Homestake received about 800 acres of federal land, most of it in Summit County, Colo. The South Dakota lands are...
- Money from the Feds. // New Mexico Business Journal;Oct95, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p12
Reports on the Forest Service's announcement that New Mexico will receive 25% of the revenues collected from timber sales, minerals and land uses of National Forest System lands. Total amount received by states in 1995; Valencia County as recipient of smallest payment; Rio Arriba County as...
- The degradation factor. Anderson, M.; Gehrke, C. // Wilderness (07366477);Fall87, Vol. 51 Issue 178, p38
While the conservation community challenges the inanition of the US Forest Service with regard to the enforcement of federal reserved water rights in wilderness, it is also challenging the agency's vigorous pursuit of ill-conceived timber management policies on non-wilderness lands. Discusses...