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Second phase of Baht timber sale is on roadless Tongass units

WRANGELL, ALASKA The Forest Service of the Tongass National Forest has signed the decision to move forward with the second phase of the Baht timber sale on Zarembo Island, located 17 miles west of Wrangell. This phase of the sale is located in units of the forest that are currently roadless, and the sale will require the construction of just over two miles of road. This is on top of the 12 miles already proposed for the first phase of the timber sale.
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