USFS needs markets for pine-beetle wood, Tipton told

The continued loss of businesses in the wood-products industry in the West has hampered the U.S. Forest Service in dealing with the ravages of the mountain pine beetle, Forest Service Chief…




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Why not just burn the trees like they did in the late 1800 when they got the beetle.They got rid of it,and didn’t spread them by moving trees to a different spot.

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