EPIC Changes 

Former climbing instructor takes the reins at environmental group

The trees slated for cutting, mostly Douglas fir and marked with slashes of blue paint, were on the small side-about 18 inches in diameter. More striking, both for their size and number, were the stumps. Four to five feet in diameter, they…

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