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Ridin' Point - Water Meetings, Siskiyou County Spotted Owl Lawsuit, & Economic Impacts, Siskiyou Daily News Column by Siskiyou County Supervisor Marcia Armstrong 4/6/13
The incredible stretching Endangered Species Act, by Siskiyou County Supervisor Marcia Armstrong 9/4/12--coho, wolf, spotted owls.
House Natural Resources Committee Sub-committee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands United States House of Representatives, comments for recent oversight field hearing on "Explosion of Federal Regulations Threatening Jobs and Economic Survival in the West" held in Elko, NV, by Siskiyou County Supervisor Marcia Armstrong 3/20/12. KBC EDITOR: Armstrong's letter details effects on Siskiyou County from Northwest Forest Plan, environmental and land management regulations, international, federal, and environmental group agendas, how international agendas have been implemented in Siskiyou County, and timber chart of decline. Letter details endangered species, federal takeover of land, excellent data.
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