Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Cotton-Snake-Timber-Sale-27MZIFLY0O_V.htmlConceptually similarTwin 300 Year Old Incense CedarsGP01M1SCompleted★★★★BLM Boundary SignGP01M1FCompleted★★★★BLM Boundary Sign on Tree in OregonGP01M1ACompleted★★★★BLM Boundary Sign on Tree in OregonGP01M1BCompleted★★★★BLM Boundary Sign on Tree in OregonGP01M1CCompleted★★★★BLM Boundary Sign on Tree in OregonGP01M1DCompleted★★★★BLM Boundary Sign on Tree in OregonGP01M1ECompleted★★★★Medford BLM LandscapeGP01KX2Completed★★★★Landscape of Medford BLMGP01KX0Completed★★★★View AllGP01H1DCotton Snake Timber SaleTwin 300 year old incense cedars designated for cutting on Public Lands. This stand is within cutting unit 27 of the Cotton Snake Timber Sale, which proposes hundreds of acres of ancient forest logging. Cotton Snake includes building up to 3 miles of new logging road and cutting trees over 5 feet wide.Locations:Medford BLM-Oregon-United States of AmericaDate:23 May, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Mark LinnemanMaximum size:1655px X 3384pxKeywords:Ancient forests-Day-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Low angle view-Outdoors-Trees-Wide angleShoot:Logging of Ancient Forests in OregonDocumenting Forests in the area of Oregon covering Siskiyou National Forest, Rogue River, acts of logging and Biscuit fire. For the month of June 2004, Greenpeace, local activists, ecologists, and volunteers from around the world were gathered at our first Forest Rescue Station in the United States. The Rescue Station highlighted the proposed Kelsey-Whisky timber sale, which threatens over 46,000 acres of roadless area. Hundreds of visitors and volunteers joined us to take nature hikes and participate in workshops on forest defense. Greenpeace is calling for a moratorium on commercial logging on public lands in the United States, and for increased protection and restoration efforts. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (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. Timber sales like those in Oregon threaten forests on public lands across the Pacific Northwest and throughout the USA.