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Judge orders BLM to sell more timber in Southern Oregon

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Thursday, June 27, 2013

A federal judge ordered the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to sell more timber in Southern Oregon.

Judge Richard J. Leon ruled that BLM has failed to consistently offer as much timber as called for in its 1995 resource management plans for the Medford and Roseburg districts since 2004.

And he found that a computer model used by government agencies to estimate spotted owl numbers in timber sale areas was adopted without input from the public, as required by the Administrative Procedures Act. He prohibited government agencies from using the protocol until it goes through a public comment process. The ruling did not address whether timber sales that have been sold based on the invalidated owl estimation protocol, but not yet cut, were still valid.

Read more at Capital Press.

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