The U.S. Forest Service plans to clear-cut in the Monongahela National Forest. West Virginians worry it’s a return to the state’s destructive logging past
Forest Service officials say the planned cuts will make the forest more resilient and enhance wildlife habitats. Residents say cutting down the trees could threaten several species, pose a flood risk, and erode a major buffer to climate change.
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