The Sierra Club said his appointment "signals that forest management will now be conducted in a science-based manner"; the Oregon Natural Resources Council called it "the most sweeping change of the Forest Service since its creation in 1905"; the Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics said, "Jack Ward Thomas sends a clear signal that it is not going to be business as usual in the Forest Service.
What does AFSEEE stand for?
AFSEEE stands for Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics
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ANDY STAHL is executive director of AFSEEE, the Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, based in Eugene, Oregon.
For instance, Doug Heiken, the monitoring director for the Oregon-based Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, argued that Thomas is emblematic of a "new and growing breed" of foresters who see that there is "more than board-feet in the forests.