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How to protect trees of Pacific Northwest?

CBS News Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Twenty-five years ago, the Northwest Forest Plan was put in place to protect more than 24 million acres of forest in Northern California, Oregon and Washington. On the anniversary of the law, the debate over what to do with America’s ancient forests has come under new scrutiny. Jeff Glor reports.
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