Judge permits timber harvest that environmentalists claim threatens marbled murrelet in Clallam and Jefferson counties – PDN

I’ll have a longer op-ed piece on this later today or tomorrow.

A Jefferson County judge has rejected a request for a temporary injunction against a state-approved harvest of 234 acres of timber on the West End adjacent to habitat of the threatened marbled murrelet…. Charlie Bermant reports. (Peninsula Daily News)


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  1. In my opinion this is just the wrong decision. Too many species, in this case the Marbled Murrelet, are disappearing because of this kind of shortsighted decision making. Sometimes I really have to wonder if our ecosystems and their biodiversity need to continue to “die by a death of a thousand cuts” by decisions like this one.

    Norm Baker

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