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United States Forest Service / Logging #869155

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 07, 1992
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(Studio: Susan Rook) Debate over forest conservation or logging.

(Yak Valley: Greg Lefave) The United States Forest Service grows trees to cut down and be sold by the government.

[Interview: Dale ROBERTSON, Chief, U.S. Forest Service, Interview: Bob ROGERS, U.S Forest Service, Interview: James MCCLURE, timber lobbyist, Interview: Rep. George MILLER, (D) California, Interview: Mike HILLIS, Forest Service Biologist, Interview: Dave JOLLY, Forest Service Regional Forester, Interview: CHip CLARK, conservationist, Interview: Gary DICKERSON, Forest Service SILVACULTURIST, Interview: Don VANCE, naturalist.]

Greg Lefave

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