Early Warning on Potential Environmental/Displacement Issue

Kathy Heldenbrand (heldenbk@GROVE.UFL.EDU)
Tue, 5 Mar 1996 22:47:27 -0500

>If there's anyone in the Portland area who is interested in
>environmental/developmental disasters and potential human displacement the
>announcement below is extremely important to take note of. If you can
>make the meeting scheduled on Thursday you're sure to be witness to the
>development of a environmental/displacement issue.
>The SfAA Meetings in March include natural resource sessions, watershed
>sessions, fisheries sessions, etc. Your findings would be considered
>important and 'hot off the press' to those in attendance. If you can't
>make the meetings, we can find someone to present your report.
>Kathy Heldenbrand
>University of Florida
>>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>Date: Tue, 5 Mar 1996 18:33:12 -0800 (PST)
>>From: Briana Christine Lindh <blindh@reed.edu>
>>To: wall-list@igc.apc.org
>>Subject: Still Creek Timber Sale
>>There is a salvage (really) timber sale in the planning stages in Still
>>Creek, a roadless watershed on Mt. Hood, adjacent to the
>>Salmon-Huckleberry wilderness. The sale is not Old Growth, but it would
>>introduce roads into a watershed that should instead be included in the
>> Dean Apostol, the Forest Service official in charge of planning
>>the sale, is going to present it to the Mt. Hood Community Planning
>>Organization in Zigzag on the evening of Thursday, March 7. Anyone
>>wanting to voice opposition to the sale or participate in the planning
>>process should be there. The meeting is at 7:30 at the Clackamas County
>>Service Building. Take 26 to Zigzag, turn right on Salmon River Road,
>>and the building is a large A-frame on the immediate left.
>> For more info. - or to confirm my version of the directions- call
>>Merritt, 283-6343, ext. 214.
>> -Briana