By Patric Hedlund, Marcy Axness and Gary Meyer, TME
Pull your woolies out of the closet and mark your calendar. As litigation filed in Federal Court over the Tecuya Ridge and Cuddy Valley fuel break and logging projects begins to heat up, a third project is about to be announced—at the mountaintop.
Mt. Piños Forest Project
The newest one is likely to impact Mount Piños itself. The public is invited to a …(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Above: AFRC General Counsel Lawson Fite
Left: The public is invited to a Community Meeting about the newest project on the USFS docket, the ‘Mt. Piños Forest Health Project,” Saturday, Nov. 23, 10 a.m. at Nordic Base (in the Chula Vista parking lot, at the end of the road up the mountain).
Below: Map of Tecuya Ridge Forest industry, AFRC legal counsel, a LPNF forester, The Mountain Enterprise and a member of the public visited a section of this Tecuya Ridge site this week.
Acting Mt. Piños District Ranger Adam Bromley
LPNF Forester Gregory Thompson
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