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On private timberlands in California, owners must get herbicide use permission from the state by submitting a timber harvest plan that's similar to an environmental impact statement, said Mike Bacca, resource manager with CalFire, the agency that oversees private forestry practices.
And, in 2004, the mega-lumber company MAXXAM paid $300,000 to finance a recall of the district attorney after he initiated a lawsuit against its subsidiary Pacific Lumber, alleging the company had submitted false data on timber harvest plans.
The study included 607 timber harvest plans (THPs) with a median acreage of 73 acres.
Better application of timber harvest plans throughout the basin.
She was on the advisory committee for a 1994 Little Hoover Commission report on flawed timber harvest plans and has written about wetland watersheds.
To maximize the effectiveness of the DIP financing and to take into account the dramatically adverse market conditions facing the lumber market overall, combined with the failure of the regional water quality control board to release timber harvest plans that have been approved by all other agencies governing forest management in California, the company announced that they will impose a 30 day "market downtime" suspension of sawmill operations in Scotia.
Thus, when the US Forest Service developed its overly ambitious timber harvest plans for Montana's National Forests in the 1980s, more than 80 percent of these roadless areas were found unsuitable for commercial timber harvest.
took the rejection Thursday in stride, saying it would soon resubmit a timber harvest plan for the Mill Creek watershed, about 45 miles south of Carmel.