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Subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health Legislative Hearing on: H.R.4656, Oversight Hearing on: The Once and Future National Forest Timber Sale Program
Tuesday, July 25, 2000

washington, D.C.

  • Legislative Hearing on: 
    H.R.4656, to authorize the Forest Service to convey certain lands in the Lake Tahoe Basin to the Washoe County School District for use as an elementary school site.
  • Oversight Hearing on: 
    The Once and Future National Forest Timber Sale Program




  • The Honorable James A. Gibbons 
    Representative from the Second District of the State of Nevada



  • Mr. Jack Craven, Director, Lands 
    USDA Forest Service



Oversight Hearing on

    The Once and Future National Forest Timber Sale Program


  • Opening Remarks of Rep. Helen Chenoweth-Hage, Chairman






  • Mr. Bill Dryden, Coordinator 
    Public and Private Timber Affairs 
    Boise Cascade Corporation


  • Mr. Robert E. Wolf , Retired 
    Fellow, Society of American Foresters


  • Dr. Dave William Smith, Shelton H. Short Jr. Professor of Forestry 
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


  • Ann Bartuska, Director of Forest Management 
    Forest Service 
    United States Department of Agriculture


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