When a Tree Falls in a Forest, Does it Make a Decision Memo?

This is reprinted with permission from the Forestry Source, one of my favorite publications. Editor’s Notebook When a Tree Falls in a Forest, Does it Make a Decision Memo? By Steve Wilent The Forestry Source, February 2012 This is the story of a tree that fell in the forest. Actually, two huge trees that were …

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DU Law Students and Handkerchief Mesa

Matthew Koehler sent this one in, and I can’t say anything about this project due to the litigation cone of silence. Suffice it to say that there are two sides. I wish more law students would volunteer for proactive (I think the legal term is affirmative) litigation for the government, say trespass cases, water rights, …

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2013 President’s Budget

Budget would see slight increase under 2013 request Phil Taylor, E&E reporter Published: Monday, February 13, 2012 The Obama administration requested a slight bump in Forest Service funding in fiscal 2013, including an increase for wildfire fighting. The agency’s $4.861 billion request would be a $15.5 million increase compared to current funding levels. The request …

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