The King fire in the Eldorado National Forest last year burned more than 63,000 acres of public land. The U.S. Forest Service recently released a plan to log nearly 17,000 of those acres, including cutting down trees in 28 occupied spotted owl territories.
The King fire in the Eldorado National Forest last year burned more than 63,000 acres of public land. The U.S. Forest Service recently released a plan to log nearly 17,000 of those acres, including cutting down trees in 28 occupied spotted owl territories. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
The King fire in the Eldorado National Forest last year burned more than 63,000 acres of public land. The U.S. Forest Service recently released a plan to log nearly 17,000 of those acres, including cutting down trees in 28 occupied spotted owl territories. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file

End destructive practice of logging forests after wildfires

September 26, 2015 05:00 PM

UPDATED September 27, 2015 12:00 AM

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