I am writing to convey my sincere distress over the proposed logging at Telephone Gap.
As one of the owners of a lumber mill in Bristol, I certainly have an interest in the harvest and the overall principles at stake. I also have a daughter, for whom I care deeply, and wish for her future a livable world.
I believe that the staff at the Green Mountain National Forest are good, well-meaning professionals who care deeply about our forest, but that they are locked into outdated science and policies in a 2006 Forest Plan that works directly against efforts to … (read more)
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service invites comments for the proposed Telephone Gap Integrated Resource Project located on the Rochester and Middlebury Ranger Districts of the Green Mountain National Forest.
U.S. Forest Service officials in Vermont are welcoming the public to select and cut a Christmas tree on the Green Mountain National Forest (GMNF) with the purchase of a $5 permit.
The proposal to construct a hut next to Silver Lake reveals problems with the USDA management of the Green Mountain National Forest.
Vermont’s beloved White Rocks National Recreation Area is on the chopping block, and the public has until Friday, April 8, to submit a comment to avert further catastrophe.
Given our climate crisis, the trees in our state and national forests should not be logged but allowed to mature so that they can sequester and store planet-warming carbon.
I strongly support current and future logging in the Green Mountain National Forest.
The Climate Forest campaign, which is supported by 70 organizations, including the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Center for Biological Diversity, is calling on the Biden administration to end logging of mature and old-growth forests on federal … (read more)
VERMONT — U.S. Forest Service officials in Vermont are welcoming the public to select and cut a Christmas tree in the Green Mountain National Forest (GMNF) with the purchase of a $5 permit. For the first time, permits will be available for purchase either … (read more)
MENDON — Saying that the Green Mountain National Forest will “finally be able to put” its Rutland-area Supervisory Office “where it should be,” Sen. Patrick Leahy’s office and GMNF officials on Thursday will announce plans to build a new $6-million facili … (read more)
ADDISON COUNTY — If a proposed change in federal land use rules goes through, the 90,000 acres of Green Mountain National Forest that fall within Addison County could see a lot more commercial logging, road building and utility corridors — all without env … (read more)