August 21, 2014
Jay McLaughlin, executive director of Mt. Adams Resource Stewards (MARS), was on hand with a chainsaw at a thinning operation to promote the growth of older trees at the Mill Pond Tract near Glenwood last week. MARS recently added 280 acres to its community forest effort by purchasing the Pine Flats Forest off of Trout Lake Highway for $800,000.
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After two years of fundraising, Mt. Adams Resource Stewards (MARS) has expanded the lands they manage by 280 acres.