In California, the collaborative Quincy Library Group has worked to restore management of some forests in the Sierra Nevada.
What does QLG stand for?
QLG stands for Quincy Library Group
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The rider was developed by the Quincy Library Group, a self-proclaimed "community group" (named for the local library in northern California where they met) that convened to develop new logging plans for the national forests of California's northern Sierra Nevada.
A: In the 105th Congress I strongly supported the Quincy Library Group legislation that authorized the use of a collaborative group for forest management decisionmaking.
A member of the Quincy Library Group, Baremore contributed to pending federal legislation on behalf of her community.
And there was widespread praise for the efforts of the community-based Quincy Library Group (QLG) to show that national forest management can be conducted in a collaborative manner.
As a co-founder of the Quincy Library Group, one of dozens of community alliances (see "The Quincy Library Group," January/February 1995), Nelson is working with local environmentalists, elected officials, and business owners to implement a plan that steers salvage logging into areas of national forests surrounding small towns.
The broad-based community effort is spear-headed by the so-called Quincy Library Group (profiled in the last issue of American Forests).
They called themselves the Quincy Library Group after the only neutral gathering ground they could agree upon.