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Resource ID: #24524
Subject: Organizations
Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Date: 2009-02-01



This series “examines the long-running logging and land use practices conducted by Boy Scouts of America groups across the nation for the past two decades”. Some of the major findings include: instead of preserving the land they often sold woodlands to make money, sold property given to them by donors, ruined habitats for a number of protected species, and used the revenue from these deals to compensate for lost funding.

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