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#1 User is offline   Liz 

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  Posted 20 November 2018 - 12:58 AM

Gov. Jerry Brown Quietly Admits Trump Was Right, Eases California Logging Rules

The Daily Wire
By Emily Zanotti
November 19, 2018

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California Gov. Jerry Brown appears to have quietly admitted President Donald Trump's suggestion about improving California forestry was correct and is now urging state lawmakers to loosen restrictive logging regulations put in place to appease environmentalists.

The Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that Brown is proposing one of the most significant changes to the state's logging rules in nearly half a century.

"Gov. Jerry Brown is proposing broad new changes to California’s logging rules that would allow landowners to cut larger trees and build temporary roads without obtaining a permit as a way to thin more forests across the state," the paper reports.

Environmentalists in California aren't on board. They've been pushing for years to make California's logging rules more restrictive, not less, but in the wake of the deadly forest fires that ripped through the state this month, prominent lawmakers believe a change must be made before more people die from a preventable situation.

"Under Brown’s proposal, private landowners would be able to cut trees up to 36 inches in diameter ?up from the current 26 inches ?on property 300 acres or less without getting a timber harvest permit from the state, as long as their purpose was to thin forests to reduce fire risk," the Sentinel reports. "They also would be able to build roads of up to 600 feet long without getting a permit, as long as they repaired and replanted them."

Forests, particularly in northern California, California lawmakers admit, have become dangerously overgrown. But there's currently little incentive for landowners to clear their trees ?they are only allowed to clear dead and decaying wood and undergrowth and can't clear healthy tress. By allowing landowners to recover some money from the process ?letting them create and sell lumber, for instance ?it could incentivize them to make bigger changes.

Environmentalists say they're worried landowners will go way too far, cutting down ancient redwoods or clear-cutting property, but even the most ardent environmentalist admits that some thinning is needed.

This is a big change from two weeks ago, when Gov. Jerry Brown balked at President Donald Trump's suggestion that poor forestry and poor forest management might be to blame for the massive wildfires that ripped through northern and southern California earlier this month, claiming dozens of lives and tens of thousands of acres.

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Posted 20 November 2018 - 03:08 AM

Wait for it...

Well, if it only saves one life it's worth it!

I am DERPTACUS!
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Posted 20 November 2018 - 05:28 AM

Their rules regarding removal of trees on one's own property are still very stupid because they still believe the global warming crap.
Trees should not be so close to houses in such a dry environment as they can become kindling that causes even homes built to resist fires to burn. The crazy greenie weenies won't even allow the property owners to cut fire breaks or trees on their own property without the permission of government which is almost always "no".

They had better get back to doing controlled/managed burns on the brush/undergrowth which is the real problem more than the restrictive logging rules. Nature sets such fires on it's own but the people keep putting them out so the undergrowth becomes worse and becomes fuel to set large trees on fire which normally would not burn during small natural brush fires.

But the greenie weenie nuts crying about the smoke, air pollution and global warming are the only ones being listened to.

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Posted 20 November 2018 - 12:03 PM

Too little, too late Moonbeam. :nuts:
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Posted 21 November 2018 - 01:27 PM

If you don't allow the clearing of the underbrush so fires don't have as much fuel, then mother-nature will do it for you, and she has no regard for collateral damage.
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Posted 21 November 2018 - 06:02 PM

As if the people in CA hadn't been pointing this out for decades!!!

What a flipping imbecile Brown is, and to the power of ten all of those asshats who voted for him, and the rest who rigged the elections to make sure he and his Brown-lite version, Newsome, got into office.

They should all burn up in the next big blaze since they're all responsible in varying degrees for the devastation to this state.
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