Logging and Chaparral Removal Proposed Across 235,000 acres of Los

Enviro & Legislation

Source: Los Padres ForestWatch Last week the Forest Service announced a plan to log large trees and clear native chaparral habitat across 235,000 acres (368 square miles) within four of the five ranger districts of Los Padres National Forest. The announcement comes just a few months after conservation organizations, Patagonia, and two municipal governments filed lawsuits against…

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