“Why every autumn smoke gets in your eyes” by Jim Cooperman

Jim’s latest post on slash burning is here on his Shuswap Passion blog.

There was little time to revel in the sudden appearance of sunshine in  October after over a week of low dense fog, because our skies quickly  filled with smoke from countless logging slash piles.  While forest  practices have improved since the bad old days of the 1980s, forest  companies still routinely slashburn, and the amount of material going up in smoke has increased despite the growing concerns regarding, waste,  air quality and increasing levels of CO2 that fuel climate change.

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Author: Tim Lavery

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