Trees harvested from the Rim Fire are removed near Bucks Meadow in 2014. After the massive Rim Fire, which burned 257,000 acres, Forest Service officials decided to reduce salvage logging to 17,327 acres, plus 17,706 acres along roads and trails.
Trees harvested from the Rim Fire are removed near Bucks Meadow in 2014. After the massive Rim Fire, which burned 257,000 acres, Forest Service officials decided to reduce salvage logging to 17,327 acres, plus 17,706 acres along roads and trails. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file
Trees harvested from the Rim Fire are removed near Bucks Meadow in 2014. After the massive Rim Fire, which burned 257,000 acres, Forest Service officials decided to reduce salvage logging to 17,327 acres, plus 17,706 acres along roads and trails. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file

A modern lesson in Klamath forest from huge post-fire logging project

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