Court confirms: US Forest Service flubbed science by allowing logging in Tongass August 6, 2011 Alaska

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At issue in the August decision, was the assessment of deer habitat, the primary prey of the rare Alexander Archipelago wolf, or “Islands Wolf.” Chris Winter with the Crag Law Center based in Portland, Oregon represented the plaintiffs in the ...Chris Winter with the Crag Law Center based in Portland, Oregon represented the plaintiffs in the litigation. Winter said,“the Forest Service ignored the best available science on the impacts of clearcutting old-growth forest in the Tongass. The Court issued a common sense decision requiring more from our federal government.”


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