SITKA, ALASKA One of Southeast Alaska's leading naturalists believes that some of the region's most-heavily logged watersheds remain some of its most ecologically productive. After spending three years ground-truthing decades-old clearcuts, Richard Carstensen says many prime watersheds are damaged — not destroyed — and should not endure the additional logging called for in the recently-amended Tongass Land Management Plan. Part 1 of 2 with KCAW's Robert Woolsey
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