Weyerhaeuser tries permit system for Vail Tree Farm
Weyerhaeuser has started a limited-entry permit system on its Vail Tree Farm in eastern Lewis and Thurston counties, and company lands near the town of Pe Ell.
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#1 Aug 28, 2013
This isn't tweekers, or garbage dumping! These places were mostly closed to cars--do you see hunters or hikers toting in old friges on their backs? Its about money people. and we can fight back by hitting their pocketbooks. They get giant tax breaks for timberland. and we all pay the difference. Each homeowner subsidizes Weyerhaueser . call your reps and say no more tax breaks if they charge for access. Other states do this.
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