KNPS Responds to Logging Plan Changes (April 2007)

Members of the KNPS executive attended the City Council meeting on April 23rd to express our opposition to some of the changes proposed by Tembec to the Nature Park logging plan. Below is the text of the presentation made by KNPS president Kent Goodwin, to City Council. KNPS Presentation to City Council - April 23, 2007 On March 28, four representatives of Tembec met with City Council to reveal some major changes to the Nature Park logging plan. At Tembec’s insistence, members of the KNPS were not invited to that meeting. On April 12th a delegation from the KNPS met with Brian Dureski and Joe Gnucci of Tembec to learn first hand about the changes that Tembec was proposing. On Ap

New Logging Plan Dismays KNPS (April 2007)

Representatives of Tembec recently visited City Council on March 28th to notify them of changes in the Nature Park logging plan. They asked Council not to invite KNPS reps to the meeting. Two weeks later, a delegation from the KNPS met with Tembec and learned first-hand about the proposed changes. They include the deletion of some areas from logging (not a bad thing), the addition of 14 landings in the Park and a reduction in the number of mature leave trees from 200 to 75. The Nature Park Society Executive has considered the changes and will be opposing the plan. Below is a map that Tembec gave us, with the legend below it. We are also posting several pages of the notes we took at the

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