The U.S. reinstates road and logging restrictions on the largest national forest

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This 1990 aerial file photo shows a section of the Tongass National Forest in Alaska that has patches of bare land where clear-cutting has occurred. The federal government plans to reinstate restrictions on road-building and logging on the country

A federal agency said it is reinstating restrictions on road-building and logging on the Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska. USDA’s move repeals a Trump administration-era decision.

(Image credit: Hall Anderson/Ketchikan Daily News via AP, File)

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