“Vanity Logging” Spreads As Landowners Want Views

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In Wyoming’s Jackson Hole area, some overzealous landowners are breaking the law by toppling trees that block the spectacular views, says the Christian Science Monitor. A commanding vantage point can increase property values by millions. From the Tetons to the Blue Ridge Mountains, felling trees for personal gain is known as “vanity logging.” Land use
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