Roadless Rule Survives Test of Time Saving 50+ Million Forested Acres

EcoWatch: Time has run out for the enemies of roadless wilderness. They spent 12 years trying to kill the national law protecting our forests, and Monday a federal district court said they couldn’t have a minute more--the statute of limitations had run out. This means you better grab a compass when heading into a national forest because you can get lost amid all the trees saved by this law, known as the Roadless Rule. The Rule, signed into existence by President Bill Clinton as he left office in 2001,......

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