Helena Independent Record 6/21/2012
Excerpt: “A mixed ruling by a federal judge has all sides claiming victory in a proposed Lolo National Forest logging project whose collaborative approach toward forest management has pitted conservation groups against each other.
U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy ruled Wednesday that the U.S. Forest Service’s 2,038-acre Colt Summit Project near Seeley Lake passes muster except in one area: the agency did not adequately analyze the project’s cumulative effects on lynx habitat. The judge sent that portion of the proposal back to the Forest Service for further consideration. …..”
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