Emergency harvest of beetle-killed spruce trees approved | Homer News

Enviro & Legislation

The Kenai Peninsula Borough is one step closer to turning the Kenai Peninsula’s spruce bark beetle problem into an opportunity to harvest timber. That’s following the borough assembly’s approval of legislation last week that frames forest treatment options and allows spruce trees that are dying or susceptible to dying to be taken down. More than…

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