Former birch reserve to be left untouched by commercial harvesting
Nov. 22, 2016 - The Newfoundland and Labrador government's decision to not harvest a group of birch trees in a former reserve has left cabin owners relieved, according to a CBC report.
The possiblility of the birch trees being cut down was part of the province's five-year management plan.
"All these people have a stake in it, and to be included, that would be very important," Dennis Lannon, a nearby cabin owner, told the CBC.
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