"Forest Health" and Salvage Index


Insects and Diseases

Root Disease

Forest Health

Dead Trees


The Federal Debt

Tree Regeneration

Some Positive Effects of Root Disease

Things the Forest Service Overlooked when it Declared an Emergency

Failures of the Past: Former Forest Service Strategies for Dealing with Insects and Disease

Ribes Eradication Program for Blister Rust Control (1950s-1960s) Forest Service painted White Pine trees with antibiotics (1950s-1960s) Forest Service cut buffers around outbreaks of oak wilt (1950s) And this leads us on to the Subversion of the Public Process.

Back to the Beginning

1. Espinosa, Al. "Progress Report: Upper Lochsa Watershed and Flood Study." Moscow: Unpublished. 1995.
2. "Testimony of Dr. Arthur D. Partridge on Forest Health an the Salvage Sale Situation National Forests and Bureau of Land Management Lands before a Joint Oversight Hearing of the Subcommittees on National Parks, Forests and Lands and Resource Conservation, Research and Forestry of the Committees on Resources and Agriculture on behalf of Western Forest Campaign, National Audubon Society, and Inland Empire Public Lands Council." Washington: US Congress.
3. Forest Service. "Production, Prices, and Employment and Trade, 2d Quarter 1995."
4. Public Law 104-19. Section 2001(a)(3).
5. Public Law 104-19. Section 2001(b)(1).
6. Sampson, R. N., and D. L. Adams, Eds. Assessing Forest Ecosystem Health in the Inland West. Ithaca: Haworth.
7. USDA Forest Service. "America's Forests: 1994 Health Update." Washington DC: Agriculture Information Bulletin 696. 1993
8. Sampson, R. N., and D. L. Adams, Eds. Assessing Forest Ecosystem Health in the Inland West. Washington D.C.: The Forest Policy Center.1991
9. Johnson, E. A., and C. P. S. Larsen. "Climatically Induced Change in fire frequency in the Southern Canadian Rockies." Ecology 72(1):194-201. 1990
10. Forest Service. U.S. GPO 1990-0-792-461. 1988
11. Christensen et al. "Interpreting the Yellowstone Fires of 1988." Bioscience 39:678-685.

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