It’s Back! Take Action to Save Salmon River Old Growth Forests (Updated)

UPDATED November 20, 2013: The comment period for this Timber Sale has closed on Nov 20. EPIC, along with allies, submitted comments demanding that a full environmental analysis be done due to the exceptional circumstances surrounding this project. Though your letter will be late, it is important to keep sending messages to the Klamath National Forest that logging old growth on the Marble Mountain Wilderness boundary is a Bad Idea.

Take Action Now! The Little Cronan Timber Sale is back again.  The Klamath National Forest needs to hear your opposition.  Logging this old growth forest stand would have a big impact on many values we hold dear.  The project proposes, not only to log nesting habitat for the Northern Spotted Owl, but also to build landings and a road over a trail leading to the Marble Mountain Wilderness within a Wild and Scenic River corridor and within a Key watershed that is critical for salmon recovery.

Click here to see photos of old-growth trees proposed for logging.