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U.S. Forest Service Chief Dr. Mike Dombeck stepped down recently after Bush administration officials told him they wanted to move the Service "in a different direction." He joins Diane to talk about his work with the Forest Service, the primary issues he dealt with, his hopes for forest management policy under President Bush, and his own plans for the future.
- Mike Dombeck Former Forest Service Chief
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