Current and Planned Logging in Vermont's Green Mountain National Forest

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Increased logging and clear-cutting in the Green Mountain National Forest is occurring and more is planned. These plans will degrade our forests and air quality, destroy scenic beauty and increase carbon emissions. Logging on the Green Mountain National Forest is proposed within eight different inventoried roadless areas, a Congressionally-designated National Recreation Area, and along the boundaries of Congressionally-designated wilderness areas.

MAP OF CURRENT AND PLANNED LOGGING
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Map Key:

GREEN - Robinson Integrated Resource project (10,315 acres to be logged)

RED - Early Successional Habitat Creation Project

(15,000 acres to be logged)

PURPLE - Somerset Integrated Resource Project (9,854 acres to be logged)


BLUE - South of Rt 9 Integrated Resource Project

(8,271 acres to be logged)

This represents a

TOTAL OF 43,440 acres,

or 68 square miles,

or 33,000 football fields, 
that will soon be logged!

Photos from Current Logging in the GMNF, Fall 2020