The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 24, 1986 · Page 26
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Kirwln 827-1311 Environmentalists 'spike' trees to prevent logging By The New York Times PORTLAND, Ore. — Frustrated by the failure of conventional tactics to stop logging on federal lands, some environmentalists are deploying a new weapon: six-inch spikes they drive into trees scheduled to be logged. Those who defend their use say the spikes dull loggers' chain saws and sawmill equipment. But logging companies say the spikes could injure or kill workers by breaking the chains on power saws, by jolting a saw out of a logger's hands or by shattering sawmill blades. "It is environmentalism gone mad," said John E. Benneth, an official of the American Forest Institute, an industry group. But Dave Foreman, an Arizona environmentalist who said he had driven some spikes himself, asserted, "It's an entirely legitimate way to protect environmental diversity." Apparently no one has been injured and no one has been arrested for spiking trees, but forestry officials say spiking is difficult to prevent. "The forest I'm responsible for is 1.7 million acres," said Michael A. Kerrick, supervisor of the Willamette National Forest in the Cascades Range. "We're pretty vulnerable." Still, for all the talk about tree- spiking, only three recent cases have been confirmed. They were found last year in two areas of the Willamette National Forest in Oregon and on an island in British Columbia. U.S. Forest Service employees used metal detectors to find the spikes and crowbars to remove them before the trees were cut. Tree-spiking is the most common form of what radical environmentalists call "ecotage," their contraction of "ecological sabotage." Such techniques, proponents say, should be used only when legal action, lobbying, petition drives and other methods fail. 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