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WC-1 WID-5 None Web Forum Exit 8/21/2007 12:29:00 PM It's impossible to read these maps. Why aren't there legal descriptions on the maps.
WC-2 WID-14 None Web Forum Exit 8/22/2007 9:51:00 AM No interactive maps. the document was a little difficult to read in some places because the font size was so small and there was to way in zoom in. Somethimes the next and previous button didn't work.
WC-3 WID-10 21-62efe094-9dcb-482d-bc32-cbf985378e0 Draft EIS 8/22/2007 3:27:00 PM PDF lists are too small to be easily readable
WC-4 WID-10 22-62efe094-9dcb-482d-bc32-cbf985378e0 Draft EIS 8/22/2007 3:29:00 PM Figure details are not easily readable
WC-5 WID-10 23-62efe094-9dcb-482d-bc32-cbf985378e0 Draft EIS 8/22/2007 3:32:00 PM Maps would benefit from contextualizing comments
WC-6 WID-24 24-999b36ff-c5be-4816-b87a-db399cec04c Draft EIS 8/22/2007 9:28:00 PM this is Randy. I am just testing the system. The riparian reserve standards will be hard to implement. The fact of the matter is that the more complex the prescriptions are for riparian, the more the implementers will simplify. For a regen unit they would say...lets just put a 100 foot buffer on it and call it good. Non debris flow intermittent streams in regen units...may just put a 25 foot no cut buffer in and call it good.
WC-7 WID-29 26-abba83e1-4ec5-41ad-a49c-e99c2e58dad Draft EIS 8/23/2007 1:01:00 PM PLEASE EXPLAIN WHAT YOU REALLY NEED FROM ME BEING A CONCERNED CITIZEN AND WANTING TO CONTRIBUTE TO YOUR EVALUATION PROCESS. i NEED TO FOLLOW DIRECTIONS OF HOW TO REVIEW THE IMPORTANT (SUBSTANSIVE) MATERIAL IN YOUR REPORTS. IT IS VERY TIME CONSUMING TO FIGURE OUT WHETHER i WOULD REALLY BE PART OF A CONTRIBUTING PUBLIC FORUM.
WC-8 WID-41 None Web Forum Exit 8/24/2007 4:55:00 PM I got so bloody confused in the midst of trying to navigate this site that I finally decided to mail you a real letter instead as a way of expressing my views. You have managed to take the relatively simply and turn it into advanced physics. (As a retired college mathematics teacher, I thought I had a pretty good chance at being able to work my way through this process, but I was wrong.)
WC-9 WID-42 None Web Forum Exit 8/24/2007 6:21:00 PM Welcome page would not fully download after three separate attempts. Will try again next week.
WC-10 WID-52 None Interactive Map 8/27/2007 12:00:00 AM Comment on Wildlife:
WC-11 WID-50 29-c067e871-5b1f-4e45-9bbc-fbcf39a7924 Draft EIS 8/27/2007 9:36:00 AM I feel that the BLM proposal is an environmental disaster. All old-growth trees should be placed off-limits to logging. There are billions of board feet of second growth trees that can and need to be thinned now. Please change your plan to exclude old-growth from logging. There is only a pitifully small amount of old growth left anyway. We need to save what little remains.
WC-12 WID-59 32-6c8ad73f-4209-45cb-ae07-e82c6f5c71f Draft EIS 8/27/2007 5:33:00 PM The forests that the BLM manage are valuable in so many ways to the people of Oregon. Unfortunately, the value of the timber is given undue weight when compared to all the other positives the forests provide. The forests are not being managed for the sake of the lumber companies. If the lumber interests could limit their activity to harvesting only second growth without resorting to clear cutting, then I would consider BLM to be taking the first steps towards responsible stewardship of the land. When clear cutting and harvesting of old growth occurs, the many positives which the forests provide (other than sweetening the bottom line of lumber companies) are being sacrificed. A few end up prospering at the expense of many.
WC-13 WID-52 None Interactive Map 8/28/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: Old growth ponderosa pine
WC-14 WID-66 None Interactive Map 8/28/2007 12:00:00 AM tb_gen_ans: General Comment - What are the categories for the Forest Operation units (Example%3A 50-35 , or 36-75)%3F
WC-15 WID-66 None Interactive Map 8/28/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_mtnbiking|cb_fulltime|cb_importantspecies|cb_scenicbeauty|cb_onceamonth|tb_gen_ans:
WC-16 WID-66 33-d9ca68fa-31c9-45df-b6d9-ac9aa5cc19f Draft EIS 8/28/2007 12:18:00 PM Your link to "Fish" takes me to the "Water" section. Please note: I am practicing for our public open house. While an appropriate comment that should be addressed, this would be an example of a non-substantive comment.
WC-17 WID-66 34-d9ca68fa-31c9-45df-b6d9-ac9aa5cc19f Draft EIS 8/28/2007 12:27:00 PM Your EIS should analyze the likelihood of restoring the population of sage grouse in the Gerber area. Can birds be brought in from the Clear Lake population? What would be the effects?
WC-18 WID-66 None Web Forum Exit 8/28/2007 12:37:00 PM This is just a test. In a real commenting exercise I would have been instructed to listen ... more closely.
WC-19 WID-70 35-4d95ff82-1f63-46cf-91e1-fbb3eb3a684 Draft EIS 8/28/2007 2:25:00 PM In Appendix M (ACECs) under the Eugene District, Camas Swale RNA is listed with management direction limited "to designated roads". This is ambiguous in that the distance away from the road bed will vary by 200 ft depending on the height of a fallen tree, for example. This vague spatial standard allows for future varied interpretation and potential conflict. Why not permanently close this road to avoid future conflict. It does not appear to any longer serve as access to adjacent private lands and closure would allow for better public access as well as management of invasive species.
WC-20 WID-77 None Interactive Map 8/29/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_timber|tb_gen_ans: I want a timber sale here%21
WC-21 WID-76 37-16b59b9b-c33e-4b89-8e3e-c2eb706152b Draft EIS 8/29/2007 9:55:00 AM I've traveled extensively throughout Oregon, radiating outward from Eugene. I've seen the effects of logging. My opinion is there should be no clear cut logging of public lands and no old growth logging at all. There are many thickly-planted, crowded stands that need to be thinned, but that's all. Trees older than 100 years should never be cut. Logging in the past has been conducted as a primitve industry with no vision of the future. We cannot return to that. We have to save and restore Oregon's forests and find another way to finance the rural areas. The forests belong to everyone.
WC-22 WID-82 38-eb9afc17-9b8f-4247-992a-68ed9b7d664 Draft EIS 8/29/2007 3:06:00 PM I strongly prefer the "TAKE NO ACTION" alternative. No significant changes have occurred in biological science since the time that the Northwest Forest Plan was enacted. This plan was based upon one of the largest scientific reviews ever conducted for such a project. We should not abandon science in favor of current budgeting difficulties. Habitat preservation is critical for the long term survival of threatened species, as well as for the long term survival of Oregon jobs including logging and tourism. My priorities would be to: 1) Protect absolutely all old-growth habitats --> Zero Cut. 2) Log new-growth forests at a sustainable rate and replant. With regard to fires, I would urge a priority upon protecting towns but discouraging home building within forested areas. Fire is a necessary part of the life-cycle of the forest. I support efforts to return this natural cycle to the forests. This would have the effect of both clearing out the understory (resulting in reduced tinder for extraordinarily "hot" burning fires), as well as clearing space for seedlings to grow (without competition from overgrown competitors). Thank you for including these comments in your decision-making process.
WC-23 WID-82 39-eb9afc17-9b8f-4247-992a-68ed9b7d664 Draft EIS 8/29/2007 3:14:00 PM Additional comments in support of the TAKE NO ACTION alternative: Our streams and rivers would not be as well protected under the proposed changes as they have been under the Northwest Forest Plan. Our streams need large un-logged areas around them to protect them from silt and debris. Clogged streams mean that fish die. We need to protect our salmon and other fish that rely upon our streams and rivers, both for their own sake as well as for the fishing jobs on the coast that depend upon protected watersheds. Additionally, our drinking water is also derived from these watersheds. The impacts of forestry near streams, particularly the use of herbicides/pesticides associated with logging, are particularly deleterious. As such changes are extremely difficult to un-do, we should proceed conservatively by reducing our impact on the environment, not by increasing it. Thank you for consideration of these comments in this decision-making process.
WC-24 WID-85 40-98d4984f-9b53-4a92-88fe-2e6ad9c0dba Draft EIS 8/29/2007 3:24:00 PM Fuels treatments target the pole component of forest stands as well as the hardwood and shrub understory. Fuels treatments include broadcast burning, hand, and mechanical treatments. Broadcast burning disposes logging slash and other forest floor fuels, burns wood products, and degrades quality. Manual treatments have less impact to understory vegetation and the forest floor duff layer and associated special forest products than mechanical treatments (such as slash-buster operations) due to the size of the equipment. Opportunistic situations occur where pole harvesting is coordinated with fuels projects. Flora and greenery products and mushrooms respond quicker to manual operations than mechanical operations.
WC-25 WID-92 None Interactive Map 8/31/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_government|cb_onceamonth|tb_gen_ans:
WC-26 WID-92 None Interactive Map 8/31/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_timber|tb_gen_ans:
WC-27 WID-92 None Interactive Map 8/31/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_industry|tb_gen_ans:
WC-28 WID-92 None Interactive Map 8/31/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_timber|cb_daily|tb_gen_ans: I work here
WC-29 WID-101 None Interactive Map 9/1/2007 12:00:00 AM tb_1_other: Wild river|cb_photo|cb_mtnbiking|cb_hiking|cb_fishing|cb_camping|cb_boating|cb_birdwatching|tb_gen_ans: I sincerely hope that the BLM is not so stupid as to try logging anywhere near the Sandy, especially on the new lands you will apparently be managing after the Bull Run hydro project is removed.
WC-30 WID-104 None Interactive Map 9/1/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_fulltime|tb_gen_ans: This 200 acre BLM parcel containing old-growth trees is slated to be clearcut under WOPR's Alternative 3. Cutting old-growth is unsustainable unless you plan to live 200 years. This parcel is also watershed for rural residences' well water and water rights, home to coyote, fox, deer, beaver and bear, habitat for a cougar (who has recently feasted on local sheep), and recreational territory for target practice and hunting. And it is owned by American taxpayers. I am opposed to cutting any of the old-growth stands, but I would support a thinning of the younger trees, which make up the majority of the parcel, through selective logging.On a side note, this map continues the BLM mistake of mis-naming Calico Creek and Muslin Creek. Calico Creek, near Hazelton Road, feeds into Silk Creek from the north-east, while Muslin Creek feeds into Silk Creek from the south-west along Repsleger Road. This and other BLM maps switch the names of the creeks. It might behoove BLM to run a fact check on this issue, perhaps by contacting the Overholser family which has resided near the Silk Creek church for over a century.
WC-31 WID-102 44-1537fc73-b66f-40bf-a1fd-270b6b61719 Draft EIS 9/1/2007 9:25:00 AM I do not wish to see the allowable cut changed. We need to save the ecosystem by limited harvest of public lands. Industry and private forest lands are responding to the market, and they will cut public forests in preference to their own due to the give-away nature of harvesting hational forests.
WC-32 WID-103 45-d70c02d5-3b78-400d-92b4-8aa0ce285c3 Draft EIS 9/1/2007 4:52:00 PM I will make one point before even reading any plans.There should be NO harvest of any native trees over 60yrs old until we grow some that age or older.We have cut to much already and the only remaining trees are on the Public Lands.The Coast Range is approx. 80% private and mowed down in the last 30yrs.Zero harvest of the remaining old forest.The checkerboard O&C Lands are very important as repositories of diversity which given the chance may restore the surrounding areas to a sustainable state,allowed to grow more than a human lifetime that is !
WC-33 WID-105 46-35af2ff9-da53-4022-8663-2e540de1e96 Draft EIS 9/2/2007 10:07:00 AM I believe that there should be no more logging done in the future than is presently permitable by law. Furthermore I believe that there should be more control exerted over the logging that is done so that it is performed in a more ecologically friendly manner, that is, without downing old growth and without resorting to clear cutting and the use of pesticides.
WC-34 WID-112 47-294a6525-bb67-4b51-be16-2e050d1111d Draft EIS 9/3/2007 2:55:00 PM I would like to see BLM manage for a diversity of economic and social resources. This would include maximizing timber production on lands suitable, and maximizing social benefits where possible. BLM needs to do a better job at educating the public on the need for continued forest management. Through land management the BLM needs to show that timber harvest can continue amongst all the different constraints of wildlife and water.
WC-35 WID-120 None Interactive Map 9/4/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_government|cb_mtnbiking|cb_hiking|cb_birdwatching|cb_ohv|cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: I think this would be a great place to construct a nuclear power plant because there is enough water for cooling the plant and the residents need some place to work.
WC-36 WID-121 48-b2ecfdf9-a815-41c3-90a4-8846ef93ee6 Draft EIS 9/4/2007 12:43:00 PM I oppose any measures that include the cutting of old growth forest on public land.
WC-37 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/5/2007 12:00:00 AM Comment on Land Ownership: The ownership map clearly shows the critical role played by BLM lands in linking large blocks of habitat on National Forest lands. Scientific advisors have made it abundantly clear to the BLM they they must provide abundnat high quality old forest habitat if the regional forest ecosystem is to remain functional.Non-federal landsowners on the whole are doing very little to conserve old forest habitat, so BLM must help mitigate for habitat loss on non-federal land. In fact the NWFP was adopted in part to put the forest conservation burden squarely on the federal lands so that non-federal forest owners could enjoy some degree of regulatory stability. If BLM starts managing more like those non-federal scofflows, then who will mitigate for BLM's short-comings%3F Scientists have already concluded that the Forest Service cannot go it alone. The regional conservation scheme cannot work on just the National Forest land base.
WC-38 WID-133 49-9b79041e-2600-4d0e-9df5-34ff550cf6d Draft EIS 9/5/2007 12:55:00 PM Thank you for the well put together draft. I read it and have a few comments as well as a question or two. I grew up in the coast range and I support a no action alternative. I have watched forest after forest razed for timber leaving an altered environment that I don't believe can ever repair itself. I believe the primary problem here is that the forests are being managed under the O&C act for timber yields alone. While other considerations are made under the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Water Act and the Federal Land Policy and Management Act the mandate for timber overrides these consideration. Forest offer much, much more than timber in terms of their ecological services. We know more now about the importance of those services than we did in 1937 when the O&C act was first enacted. And I believe that we still don't know the true extent of what the forest offers us. Furthermore the O&C never speciefied a minimum timber nor revenue yield so I believe it is being used to obfuscate the true point, which is that the BLM is not making enough money from the forest. Regardless of how much of that money comes back to the local govenment I do not think that we should alter our current management practices. We must find more sustainable ways to fund our social services. Any continued logging in the coast range cannot be called sustainable. There is more to sustainability than how fast a trees can regenerate. The forests were never meant to be managed as crop land for a few species. I would also like some clarification as to how maintaining our current management strategy would result in a loss of 3700 jobs as reported in the draft. You can respond to me at jonesmona@hotmaill.com. I look forward to hearing your answer and to working towards a solution together. Sincerely, Mona Jones
WC-39 WID-135 50-376582d5-1a54-4af5-9b50-ebde0b9b76f Draft EIS 9/5/2007 3:49:00 PM The cover letter says that timber harvest is "above all" - above drinking water quality, above wildlife habitat, above community stability, recreation and quality of life. This pretty much sums up what's wrong with the BLM's mindset and what's wrong with the WOPR. In reality, nothing in the O&C Act and the totality of federal laws that BLM must follow places timber on a pedestal above all other public values. This cover letter also attempts to limit the scope of public comment by misleading the public into believing that BLM is required to maximize logging. The O&C Act gives BLM wide discretion to conserve forests protect watersheds and to stabilize communities. The 1994 Northwest Forest Plan was upheld by the courts over the objections of the timber industry under the reasoning that conserving habitat would avoid future listings of fish and wildlife and thereby help assure stable (though reduced) future timber harvest. This cover letter also fails to say if the BLM will accept comments on the DEIS via email.
WC-40 WID-140 51-68f6117a-eee7-44c0-9503-3a678b51c72 Draft EIS 9/5/2007 11:16:00 PM The idea of decreasing safeguards - and this certainly seems implied in the 50% or more reduction in riparian reserves in alternatives 1 through 3 - logically implies that waterways will be less safe! This kind of reduction in forest stewardship standards appears characteristic of an increasingly desperate pressure to maintain former levels of economic benefit from our public forests. It is of course more than possible that our forest will be unable to permanently sustain that same level of economic benefit. The long term effects of reduced stewardship standards will both contribute to that decrease in benefit, as well as damage other, non-economic based qualities of our public woodlands. The danger is that these changes may be permanent.
WC-41 WID-143 None Interactive Map 9/6/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_photo|cb_mtnbiking|cb_hiking|cb_fishing|cb_birdwatching|cb_parttime|cb_spiritual|cb_importantspecies|cb_scenicbeauty|cb_relax|cb_1-4timesyear|tb_gen_ans:
WC-42 WID-145 None Interactive Map 9/6/2007 12:00:00 AM tb_1_other: None|cb_mtnbiking|cb_fishing|cb_scenicbeauty|tb_gen_ans: I was born here and my homestead still is there.
WC-43 WID-147 None Interactive Map 9/6/2007 12:00:00 AM tb_1_other: apprciator of nature|tb_gen_ans:
WC-44 WID-143 None Web Forum Exit 9/6/2007 10:48:00 AM I tried to use your map zoom-in function tool at an area around Grants Pass in the Medford District. But the map still did not download after 10 minutes so I gave up.
WC-45 WID-143 None Web Forum Exit 9/6/2007 11:01:00 AM As I entered your Map Browser for a 2nd time I realized that the first map that comes up (your Western OR reference map)would not fully download again after another 10 minutes. And I am using a high speed internet connection. But at the same time I was able to view one of your virtual tours.
WC-46 WID-143 52-4e8a5d66-9f79-4df5-9e7d-d35913e12fe Draft EIS 9/6/2007 11:43:00 AM Be aware that your sentence: "You can continue to add comments through November 9, 2007" overlaps the comment window making it difficult to see what you are typing in the upper portion of the comment box. This is annoying.
WC-47 WID-145 53-52549724-8cc0-4957-91f1-44c5d153fb5 Draft EIS 9/6/2007 1:45:00 PM specific comments
WC-48 WID-147 54-6e626fba-173a-4dc7-aa3e-890dc6dc46c Draft EIS 9/6/2007 2:01:00 PM hello doug
WC-49 WID-155 None Interactive Map 9/7/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_camping|tb_gen_ans:
WC-50 WID-152 55-fb255807-87f8-45b1-8ae3-fb838d1ce73 Draft EIS 9/7/2007 2:32:00 AM As an OHV user I am extremely worried about the future of my sport in this state. As area after area is closed down soon the only place we will have to enjoy our sport will be illegal and or private. What will happen is that people will just start to break the law because they have been denied access to their public lands. These lands belong to the public and the public should be able to have access to these lands. There should be adequate areas set up for the general public to enjoy the outdoors in whatever means they choose I look forward to seeing what actions you choose to take.
WC-51 WID-153 56-b8697fc8-6868-475f-ba49-2d7c5722dd0 Draft EIS 9/7/2007 8:24:00 AM While I appreciate the effort put forth in this EIS, it must be pointed out that while I am an educated person with a strong background in land-use and natural resource issues, this draft is voluminous, ambiguous in regards to my interests, and difficult to comprehend without my spending an inordinate amount of time reading and re-reading. With that said, I must disagree with the proposed 19% administratively withdrawn land proposals (all three). Public land should be just that, public, not withdrawn from use. If I misunderstand the term, forgive me. The one area which deeply concerns me and my family is the availablity of 30" or less motorized trails. I see no mention of the amount of current trails available, nor do I see an amount of trails as a result of each proposal. This leads me to think that I, as a motorized user of public lands, am going to be negatively affected. While the proposal(s) to reduce user conflicts and to create the "emphasis areas" may be a good idea, the consequences are unclear. Currently, in the area affected by this EIS, there are only 58,000 acres of OHV use areas. This represents less than 3% of the land managed by the BLM under this EIS. Will this already minimal area be reduced? Please reassure me that I, and my family will be able to ride our motorcycles off-road on challenging, singletrack trails suited for such use, within this area. We believe in responsible use and are aware that certain users are not good examples of such use. Regardless, a certain amount of public land should be available for motorized use. With a growing population, these areas, when reduced in size often see greater visual impact from motorized use. In order to reduce this impact, the answer is to provide more, not less land for such use, along with proper trail management. Please reassure me that there will be no less than the current number of trails and acreage available for my motorized (30" or less) use after the implementation of any of these proposals.
WC-52 WID-162 None Interactive Map 9/8/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_hunting|cb_camping|cb_ohv|cb_relax|cb_1-4timesyear|tb_gen_ans: BLM checkerboard properties that are landlocked by private land owners are blocked to access to the public. This is wrong since we have been unable to use these lands AND have been unable to map available roads in these areas. OPEN access to BLM lands.
WC-53 WID-162 None Interactive Map 9/8/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_hunting|cb_camping|cb_ohv|tb_gen_ans: More areas need to be available for Off Road trail use by motorcycles, atv's AND 4 wheel drives. Loop trails and cross country paths are important features here. Dead end roads and trails tend to attract garbage dumps and improper road building.
WC-54 WID-163 57-35ba4f0b-6d29-45bc-8810-fb939699f83 Draft EIS 9/8/2007 6:29:00 PM Cutting any old growth at all can only result from sham science rammed through a industry-captured bureaucracy by a shameless and utterly politicized administration. You and the impacted public will not live well with such an irrevocable immoral act should you be so short-sighted and stupid to do so.
WC-55 WID-171 None Interactive Map 9/10/2007 12:00:00 AM tb_gen_ans:
WC-56 WID-143 None Interactive Map 9/10/2007 12:00:00 AM tb_gen_ans: I'm trying to make a general comment about your "Welcome" window that appears when you open the map browser.%0DI couldn't figure out how to submit this comment without using the push pin feature. My comment is this%3A in your Welcome window it says "here are your tools%3A" leading you to inactive tool icons that actually were ringed in green when I floated my cursor arrow above it. This confused me. I thought they were active and tried to use them. Then I realized that the real buttons were located on the tool bar. This frustrated me. Might want to clarify that the active icons are located at the top. Suggest not showing them in the welcome window, but just refering to them instead. Comment on Forests: Your planned revisions for the use of O&C lands within the Northwest Forest Management Plan scheme appear to focus upon resolution of the conflicting objectives of utilizing those lands for permanent timber production according to the 1937 O&C Act and preserving those lands in their natural state in the interest of developing habitat which will be (hopefully) suitable for the spotted owl according to the dictates of the USFWS recovery plan for the owl. I note that subsidiary to these objectives, but consistent with the three new alternatives, there is also a focus upon changing the standards of fire management. To that end you have sought substantive commentary on how to improve the fire resilience of all the forests.I believe that your priorities are ill-taken. The draft proposal for the FWS plan modification speaks to the net loss of (hopefully) owl suitable habitat during the 13 years of the NWFMP. 94,000 acres lost to management activities and 117,000 acres lost to the catastrophic fire in the Biscuit. Since there was no effective salvage after the fire, there was an economic loss experienced as well. The catastrophic fire was a net loss to both of your priority objectives.
WC-57 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-58 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-59 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-60 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-61 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-62 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-63 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-64 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-65 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-66 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-67 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-68 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-69 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-70 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-71 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-72 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-73 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-74 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-75 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-76 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-77 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-78 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-79 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-80 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-81 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-82 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-83 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-84 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-85 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-86 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-87 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-88 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-89 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-90 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-91 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-92 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-93 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-94 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-95 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-96 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-97 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-98 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-99 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
WC-100 WID-135 None Interactive Map 9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM cb_importantspecies|tb_gen_ans: There are significant stands of old-growth forest surrounding this push pin that must be protected and conserved in order to restore a functional, interconnected old-growth ecosystem. Areas like this act as refugia and centers for dispersal of rare late successional organissms into the surrouding forests that are are recovering from harmful logging proactices. Areas like ths are also important anchors for aquatic conservation and recovery.
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