Thursday, October 23, 2014 - Northern Arizona's Locally Owned Newspaper

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Loggers Thinning Small Diameter Trees From Equestrian Estates

Loggers Thinning Small Diameter Trees From Equestrian Estates

James Perkins has been a logger for 48 years, but something happened recently that made him recognize that things are changing for the better. His company, Perkins Timber Harvesting, had just finished logging a project on state land next to the residential Equestrian Trails in Flagstaff. “The people who live at Equestrian walk those trails and ride their bikes there. When we went there and started cutting, people told us, ‘We’re so glad you are here finally doing...

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