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Re: Let the Ents march again! (Part II)
• Posted by: ArborArcanist   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, March 30, 2022, at 9:14 a.m.
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• In Response to: Let the Ents march again! (Part II) (Christian Clemmensen)

> Hey, all - I'm moving this topic to a new thread so the prior one doesn't
> become totally unwieldy in size and view counts.

> I'm helping coordinate the next public campaign in support of keeping as
> much forest as possible in my Seattle-area community. There's widespread
> hope that our clear-cutting neighbors will have a change of heart in their
> plans to cut down more trees and restore only a minimal amount of their
> original violations, but if they continue to fight to worsen their climate
> change impacts, then we'll be ready.

> In the interim, there's still a way you can help. It's fast, free, and
> easy.

> Kitsap County is now approaching the time when it will decide what it will
> require the clear-cutters to do next. The county is still taking public
> comments via email. A quick email to them stating your opinion about
> deforestation can make a big difference. Some of you have already done
> this, which is great!

> We've recently learned the best way to phrase an email to get feedback
> sent directly to the county's 'Hearing Examiner' that will decide on the
> permit. The magic words are apparently 'I want to be an interested
> party
' and then they take the feedback more seriously.

> So here's our ask: If you don't like seeing forest habitats destroyed to
> make way for agricultural operations, then send an email to
> and say, 'I want to be an interested party on permit
> 20-04869.
' And then you can say however much or little you want about
> climate change, forest restoration, wildlife suffering, or whatever aspect
> interests you the most. Your comment will then have a much higher chance
> to be considered.

Is this something that only an American citizen can do?

> It's as simple as that, guys. Stella and I appreciate the immense support
> we've received thus far, and keeping pressure on the county is our current
> goal. More info about this campaign is still at
> . Please share with your social groups,
> too!

> Thanks,

> Christian

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