American Loggers Council

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“For 40 years, the National Environmental Policy Act has been misinterpreted as the National Environmental “Protection” Act. ALC supports that the language proposed by CEQ throughout the rulemaking document once again recognizes the original intent of members of Congress back in 1978 when the Act became law…Nearly all logging companies are small, family-owned businesses who live and work in rural communities. These small family logging businesses have been decimated for decades by the loss of infrastructure and milling capacity in rural communities. This is a direct result of serial litigators misusing NEPA regulations to either stop projects or delay salvage operations long enough to where the timber to be extracted loses all commercial value.”