Who is stealing trees from the forest? Problem has economic roots, environmental impact, says author

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Read Story TranscriptWriter Lyndsie Bourgon has seen first-hand the damage done by tree poachers in B.C.’s old growth forests, where once-tall Douglas fir, cedar or Sitka spruces have been reduced to “a stump in the woods.” ”Sometimes there is duff and branches left behind because the tree has been cut down and trimmed, and gotten ready for transport out in…

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