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Column: Better forest management will bring healthier stands, more jobs, fewer drug grows

5:46 PM, Mar. 5, 2013
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Illegal drug-growing operations within our National Forests are now becoming an annual event, as described in the recent article "Deep in the woods, pot growing thrives" (Oconto County Reporter, Feb. 6). Unfortunately, unintended consequences and improperly budgeted governmental agencies are costing jobs and turning our Nation's National Forests into a potentially unsafe area, where a walk in the woods could cost someone their life.

In the past two decades, America's economy has lost jobs and billions of dollars in potential revenue because of limited forest stand improvements in ...

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