Hot Spots: Acceptable Management Practices

On any day, except maybe the depths of mud season when activity in the woods shuts down, there are as many as 600 timber harvesting operations going on in the state of Vermont. The impact of those operations on the state’s streams, rivers, lakes and wetlands is hotly debated across the state, and particularly in the Northeast Kingdom which has become the major battleground over logging and water quality violations.

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