Stop This Reckless Logging Bill
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Stop This Reckless Logging Bill

Oregon logging

Soon the House will vote on a bill allowing massive logging projects of up to 45 square miles each on public lands without any disclosure of potential harms to wildlife, forests and watersheds.

The bill would also severely limit the public's ability to meaningfully engage in national forest management. Misleadingly named the "Resilient Federal Forests Act of 2017," it's a blank check to special interests that will take us back to dark days of reckless logging.

Using the form on this page, take action now to stop this this bill — urge your representative to vote no on H.R. 2936.

Please take action by Dec. 1, 2017.

Photo of Oregon logging by Francis Eatherington/Flickr.

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