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Interview: TLMP an important tool for diverse management

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SITKA, ALASKA The so-called TLMP “adjustment” was the direct result of a 2005 ruling from the US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals which found that the Forest Service had significantly overestimated the market demand for Tongass timber. Tongass supervisor Forrest Cole talks with CoastAlaska’s Ed Schoenfeld about how the amended plan remains an important tool for managers in Sitka and other areas of the forest.

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