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SA The Mountain Tuesday, January 16, 1990 By the State Forestry Dept. Your service forester also has Quite often logging is equatedtwo excellent publications that are with soil erosion but this doesn't available at no charge. They are have to be the case. Mud from log- called "Keeping Mud Out of the ging operations comes only from the Streams" and "Forest Owners and six per cent of the harvested area Their Logging Roads". These publi- that is disturbed in building roads or cations contain general information landing areas. There is abundant on logging road construction and the use of Best Management Practices. true. Foresters know that Also, a 20 minute video tape on: there is no mud added to the stream building logging roads is available when-thetimber harvestis done cor- for loan and includes ~n informa- Just cutting trees' does not tional booklet which contains topics erosion, but the reckless covered in the video tape. and does. To obtain copies of the publica- why it is important to build tions or to borrow the video tape, your local Service Forester. In Greenbrier County contact Walter Jackson, 717 North Jefferson Practices (BMP's) have been devel- Street, Lewisburg, or phone 647- when used, holds all 742.5. Im. ~ When contra=t, the landowner should 1 I=f|nna| TPnt, .f be used to keep mud out of the stream. Private both the land Monongahela National Forest But I tO harvest a i stand of trees poses many problems .that your local service forester could of deercutting and 20 acres of Jnter- ings; create 7 wildlife ponds; manual natural regen- eration of all stands harvested by the cleercut method; release 397 acres; abandon 24 miles of existing .2 miles FR 297; of Laurel Run ,by of addi- I trails; abandon 3,90 ten 1-3 unit both the buyer and the seller are lhe State; monetarily from the sate,;the service -forester can concentrate on the best #orestry the best parties. the beauty I prac k es posits of trash look," according to Mr Page. Detailed information on these alternatives con- in the Decision J Environmental AssesS- Sulphur Ranger District, P. O. Box White Sulphur Springs. 'q'his decision is subject to Ad- (Appeal) pursu- growing state the Supervisor, Jim For- Elkins notice of appeal must :. --: ... FOLKS) CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS ...... ..... -- - ~---~-~- -~----'-C- _~:___~~~.__~___=~-=~ _ ___ --- ....... =- A Pagi For People Who Work Close to the Department of Agriculture Commissioner of Agriculture Cleve Benedict announced that dur- ing calendar year 1989, the West Virginia Department of Agriculture (WVDA) underwent 45 specific changes and innovations in fiscal policy, operations, and:manage- ment. "From these changes, a num- ber of positive results have accruecl,"Mr Benedict said. "In comparison to 1988-89 fiscal year, the Department is operating in the current fiscal year with fewer dollars and fewer employees. This is the third year of reducing staff posi- tions in the Department's 5100 and 5130 accounts. Spending in these accounts is,down about 14 per cent and remains lower .than fiscal year 1987-88," according to Mr Benedict. The changes in fiscal policy make recognizable that many mod- ern business practices can effi- penditures were achieved centrated efforts to end sary tasks, clarifying job gram specifications, and new areas of productive ment," Mr Benedict said. "The Department management concept that employee's morale and All DePartment personnel cluded in a participative management which dividual initiative and the to claim ownership of policy as it .evolves. has an -important make to the West Virginians. is to encourage and develop talents and skills to the sible extent, and to ployee compensation be rable to private sector for the same or similar Benedict stated. Iggo," Mr Page said. 122 North Court Street, Lewisbur , W.Va. 24901 645- 3666 / -" "Broccoli,Casserole" 2 pkgs. frozen Broccoli Of Mushroom or Cream of Celery Soup r 1/4 stick of Margarine Saute' celery, onion & margarine. Add. to the remaining thawedBroccoli and mix well. Pour dish & top with bread crumbs or cruquetts. 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