The latest round of hearings by the Maine Forestry Service in Augusta was boycot
The latest round of hearings by the Maine Forestry Service in Augusta was boycotted by all but one environmental group, the Natural Resources Council of Maine. One objection was that the proposed amendments to the Forest Practices Act were not a major step forward. Maine Forest Service director Chuck Gadzik countered that the changes were necessary to make it easier for landowners to comply with athe law and for the Forest Service to enforce it. With details on the different positions of those who attended the hearings, and on the Forest Practices Act and its amendments.
Austin, Phyllis, "The latest round of hearings by the Maine Forestry Service in Augusta was boycot" (1998). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3216.
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