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Tongass  salmon forest scheduled to become wood chips

Forest elf, “Hey, don’t you want a squeeze of lemon with that?” Black bear with salmon, “Nah, I’m good.” A commons image.

Tell Decision Makers: Expanding clear-cut logging of old-growth timber by eliminating the Roadless Rule would harm the people & economy of Southeast Alaska

Rob interviews Kayla Roys of Trout Unlimited Alaska about the current administration’s attempt to allow logging in the Tongass. Kayla hunts, fishes, forages, explores, and lives within the Tongass. You will learn why this delicate ecosystem declared ‘wilderness’ and ‘roadless’ requires protection and why Trump’s plans as always don’t make sense.

Washington Post: Trump pushes to allow new logging in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest

New York Times: Trump to Miners, Loggers and Drillers: This Land Is Your Land

US Forest Service: Tongass National Forest 

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