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Northwest Forest Plan: Aquatic Conservation Strategy

The Latest On: Northwest Forest Plan: Aquatic Conservation Strategy

January 10, 2006 | Legal Document

Aquatic Conservation Strategy Complaint

Files suit to protect the Northwest’s watersheds by reinstating scientifically-supported logging rules in the Northwest Forest Plan's Aquatic Conservation Strategy (May 27, 2004)

May 12, 2002 | Feature

The Forest and the Trees

Starting after World War II, and accelerating rapidly with the administration of Ronald Reagan, the ancient forests of the Pacific Northwest were being felled at a rate that would seem to make them disappear altogether within decades. Litigation to save the northern spotted owl from extinction slowed the rate of logging dramatically in the nick of time.