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Full Committee Oversight Hearing on Implementation of the Endangered Species Act with regard to Section 10(a) permits (Habitat Conservation Plan) and other incentives
Wednesday, July 24, 1996

Washington, D.C.
Transcript - Printed Hearing Serial No. 104-97


COMMITTEE ON RESOURCES
July 24, 1996
2:00 p.m., 1324 Longworth HOB

Full Committee Hearing

 

Oversight hearing on the Endangered Species Act with regard to
Section 10(a) permits (Habitat Conservation Plan)
and other incentives.

WITNESS LIST

 

Panel I

Honorable Lamar Smith, 21st District, Texas

 

Panel II

Mr. George T Frampton, Jr., Assistant Secretary, Fish and Wildlife and Parks, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C.

Ms. Kimberly K. Walley, Attorney for Biodiversity Legal Foundation, Washington, D.C.

Mr. Thomas Kam, BCEP Landowners Association, Austin, Texas

Mr. David Wilson, Member, ESA Working Group, National Association of Home Builders, Ketchum, Idaho

 

Panel III

Mr. Hugh Durham, Wildlife Biologist and Forester, International Paper Company, Bainbridge, Georgia

Mr. Shawn Stevenson, President, Fresno County Farm Bureau, Clovis, California

Mr. William R. Brown, Vice President for Resource Management, Plum Creek Timber Company, Seattle, Washington (accompanied by Dr. Lorin Hicks, Director of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Plum Creek Timber)

Mr. William J. Snape, III, Legal Director, Defenders of Wildlife, Washington, D.C.

 

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