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Forest Service Defends Montana Projects

Posted by nationalforestlawblog at 11:53 PM on December 14, 2009


Montana - The Western News has this article entitled "Forest Service stands ground on grizzly issues."  It discusses how the Forest Service remains committed to three projects on the Kootenai National Forest despite a pending lawsuit from Alliance for the Wild Rockies.  The article quotes the Forest Supervisor:

 

 

“In our view, we’ve designed good projects that ultimately we believe are not likely to adversely effect grizzly bears,” Paul Bradford, Kootenai National Forest supervisor, said last week. “The Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed with us through consultation activities.”


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