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Missouri Forestland: Changing Ownership, Changing Use

February 9, 2012
 
 

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Robert3 - MO
While I am usually a supporter of owner rights, I can"t justify clear cutting. We should see the results out west in Washington and Oregon, for example. In addition, it takes nearly a century for a good Missouri tree to grow, even when replaced after cutting. Also, with all the trees already sacrificed for urban development and conversion to grasslands, any further clearing will result in the eternal destruction of the unique character of rural Missouri, especially the Ozarks.
9:25 PM Sep 23rd
 



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