The Importance of Process in Resolving National Forest Management Disputes
Since the mid-1960s, turmoil in national forest management has been, for the most part, unavoidable. It has been the product of changing societal demands for both commodity outputs and recreation and scenic amenities from the national forests. It has been the product of a dramatically advanced technology and, moreover, a greater awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the wilderness, wildlife, and other natural values harbored by the national forests. And, moreover, it has been the product of a cavalcade of new national and state legislation altering the mandates before the U.S. Forest Service.
KeywordsDispute Resolution National Forest Wilderness Area Sierra Club Timber Sale
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