AS LOGGING CONTINUES across parts of the Green Mountain National Forest (as seen here in Rochester), climate and other activists are gearing up to fight on a new front, the Telephone Gap Integrated Resource Project. Centered around the town of Chittenden, the project spans more than 32,000 acres of publicly owned land, much of which has been designated as “available” for timber harvesting.
Photo by Mark Nelson
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