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Forest Rescue Station in Oregon 

Forest Rescue Station in Oregon 

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06/01/2004 
Greenpeace's Forest Rescue Station, located on public lands managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), aims to educate the public and pressure the Bush administration to cancel the Kelsey Whisky timber sale. This sale proposes approximately 500 acres of ancient forest logging in this Roadless Area. The station is open to the public for workshops, hikes and other educational activities and is a hub for Greenpeace's campaign calling for a moratorium on commercial logging on public lands in the United States, and for increased protection and restoration efforts. The BLM and other federal agencies have allowed extensive logging and road building in ancient forests across the USA, destroying forests and key fish habitats and costing taxpayers billions of dollars in net losses and direct subsidies to logging corporations.
Ginger Cassady at Press Conference
01 June, 2004 
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Dot Fisher-Smith at Press Conference
01 June, 2004 
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Dot Fisher-Smith at Press Conference
01 June, 2004 
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View of Forest Rescue Station
01 June, 2004 
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Visitors to Forest Rescue Station
02 June, 2004 
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View of Forest Rescue Station
04 June, 2004 
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Actor John C. Reilly at Press Conference
09 June, 2005 
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Actor John C. Reilly at Press Conference
09 June, 2005 
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Visitors to Forest Rescue Station
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Visitors to Forest Rescue Station
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Visitors to Forest Rescue Station
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