RE: RE: The Gap and logging

Gregg Foster (
Fri, 8 Jan 1999 08:27:07 -0800

I grant you that.

But, you must also look at the total area of clear cuts over the entire
ownership. Leaving aside, for the moment the whole argument about whether
or not clearcuts should even be allowed, clearcuts down to a stream bed do
differ from clearcuts that leave adequate buffers to provide adequate
shade, etc. for a stream.

Gregg Foster, Coordinator
Institute of the North Coast
A program of the Humboldt Area Foundation
P.O. Box 99
Bayside, CA 95524
707-442-9072 (fax)

-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Thursday, January 07, 1999 6:47 PM
Subject: Re: RE: The Gap and logging

> Let's not forget, also, that it is rumored that Pacific Lumber or Sierra
>Pacific would be happy to buy the property from the Fishers.

It doesn't matter who owns it, if all that's left behind is stumps. A
clearcut is a clearcut is a clearcut.


David Orr
Campaign Coordinator, River Revival
a project of International Rivers Network
1847 Berkeley Way
Berkeley CA 94703

510-848-1155 ext 331