Chelsea Wald

May 11, 2003

Plodding through a meeting agenda around an oversized table in an undersized room is a lot less thrilling than thwarting loggers by making a home in a tree. In fact, it can be downright boring: the discussion is slow as molasses. But that's the route members of the Yellowwood Lake Watershed Planning Group have taken in the past two years. Working with the administrators of Yellowwood State Forest, they feel, will do more good than working against them.

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