Sierra Pacific Industries works on salvaging dead trees, killed during the Rim fire, on its property off Cottonwood Road in the Stanislaus National Forest on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. The plantation of white fir, Ponderosa pine and sugar pine trees was planted in the early ‘70s after the Granite fire. This is an example of the type of salvaging that has been proposed for federal lands inside the Rim fire burn radius.
Sierra Pacific Industries works on salvaging dead trees, killed during the Rim fire, on its property off Cottonwood Road in the Stanislaus National Forest on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. The plantation of white fir, Ponderosa pine and sugar pine trees was planted in the early ‘70s after the Granite fire. This is an example of the type of salvaging that has been proposed for federal lands inside the Rim fire burn radius. The Modesto Bee
Sierra Pacific Industries works on salvaging dead trees, killed during the Rim fire, on its property off Cottonwood Road in the Stanislaus National Forest on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. The plantation of white fir, Ponderosa pine and sugar pine trees was planted in the early ‘70s after the Granite fire. This is an example of the type of salvaging that has been proposed for federal lands inside the Rim fire burn radius. The Modesto Bee

Sierra environmentalist group sounds the alarm about Rim fire salvage-logging bill in the House

November 28, 2013 5:26 PM