Conservation: From the Timber Wars to collaboration » Sandpoint Reader

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By Zach HagadoneReader Staff The so-called “Timber Wars” are generally described as having occurred in the 1980s and ’90s. It was a period of conflict waged in both the woods and the courtroom between lumber companies and environmentalists. The federal government was stuck in the middle, sometimes regarded as the enemy, sometimes an ally. The…

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