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What do you see as the state Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) role in protecting working forests across Washington State?
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I am not sure what exactly to say here, but I was expecting to see more participation. The more outreach done the better. Keep up the effort! Your “ear to the ground” web site is much appreciated for instance.
I am curious… You are willing to post links to articles of interest about more potentially sustainable practices and/or technologies, like the one on Feb 26th “Diesel substitute” by the NY Times. But are you willing to address the flip side?
That story discusses the use of natural gas. What I hope DNR finds more important and pertinent to it’s role is the issue of Natural Gas Drilling by hydraulic fracturing and the effects on forest lands (not to mention water tables and surrounding communities). I am not sure if any state lands are or will be involved but I would want to know if there are and I would expect DNR to recognize and address any issues like this to the public.
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