Black and white – logging

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There are parts of logging operations that the public is not meant to see, namely the aftermath of falling the trees and then hauling them out of the timber lands. There’s also the roads and bridges that need to be constructed to allow access by logging equipment, and then the reforestation – planting replacement seedlings.

It’s a complicated process, where the only thing black and white is that the trees are either standing or have been cut down and hauled away.

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