Kristi Wrigley says “no” to use of logging road

Activism by a long-time watershed defender — on the job every day
Kristi Wrigley saying NO to HRC Forester Tom Schultz, Don’t use this old logging road across her property. With 18% slopes, clay soils, the road will contribute sediment in addition to the timber harvest it will lead to. NO, in fact, to the entire McCloud-Shaw THP, nearly 600 acres, in 3 parts: one directly adjacent to Headwaters Reserve, one directly above a dozen or so South Fork residences, and this one that will drain into the main stem just above Elk River Court. It’s got something for everyone!
Photo: Kristi Wrigley saying NO to HRC Forester Tom Schultz, Don't use this old logging road across her property. With 18% slopes, clay soils, the road will contribute sediment in addition to the timber harvest it will lead to. NO, in fact, to the entire McCloud-Shaw THP, nearly 600 acres, in 3 parts: one directly adjacent to Headwaters Reserve, one directly above a dozen or so South Fork residences, and this one that will drain into the main stem just above Elk River Court. It's got something for everyone!
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