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Eye On America (Old-Growth Forests) #346086

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 25, 1992
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.

(Williamette National Forest: Bruce Morton) Cutting down of virgin forests with the help of the United States Forest Service featured; scenes shown from Williamette National Forest, OR. [Former Forest Service worker Jeff DEVONIS - comments.] Aerial scenes shown of other forests that have been mostly cut down. [National Forest Service Terry and Rich FAIRBANKS - say too much has been cut and the service is geared to timber production.] [Native Forest Council Tim HERMACH - comments.] Shipping of raw timber abroad noted. [Rich FAIRBANKS - opposes exports.] [DEVONIS - says there will be no native old-growth forests for our grandchildren.]

Morton, Bruce;
Zahn, Paula

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