Protect a critical northeast forest corridor: save Vermont’s Telephone Gap from logging plan

The Green Mountain National Forest in Vermont is under threat of logging of nearly 12,000 acres. Add your comments to tell the U.S. Forest Service to let the forest do its work without the interference of “timber harvesting.”

From Zack Porter of Standing Trees: Telephone Gap On the Chopping Block

On Friday, January 27th, the US Forest Service announced its Proposed Action for the Telephone Gap Integrated Resource Project in the Green Mountain National Forest, initiating a 45-day public comment period that will extend through Monday, March 13th. This comment period is the first formal opportunity for the public to weigh in on the project after a year of delays. Please use our fact sheet for help with comment writing.