Jefferson Exchange | June 4, 2014 | 8:00
Wed June 4, 2014
Court Ruling Finds Fault In Ashland Forest Resiliency
Removing trees can reduce fire danger, but the process presents its own issues.
Like what happens to the land when the trees are removed.
That was the central issue in a lawsuit filed years ago against the Ashland Forest Resiliency Project, meant to reduce the threat of wildfire in the city of Ashland's watershed.
The project went on--it's still in progress--but courts found fault with the process.
Two of the people involved in the suit join us to explain the objections.