Logging halted in Castle wilderness
Timber harvesting will be halted in the Castle wilderness area once the current logging plan expires - pending further talk over the future of the popular recreation area.
October 15, 2012 By John Tenpenny
According to the Calgary Herald, the province has approved Cochrane-based Spray Lake Sawmills to axe 50,000 cubic metres of forest in southwestern Alberta in the first of a three-year deal.
But the final two rounds of logging have been put on hold. The decision was lauded by anti-loggers who’ve fought against clear-cutting in the ecologically sensitive area that serves as a watershed for dozens of downstream communities.
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