Mark Rey, Public Lands Enemy No. 1?

Bill Schneider asks if Mark Rey, Undersecretary of Agriculture for Natural Resources & Environment (he rules over the Forest Service, and the chief forester has no choice but to be his lackey) is the member of government hardest on public lands now that Richard Pombo, ex-chair of the House Resources Committee, was put out to pasture by his constituents. Pombo is now a lobbyist.
Mark Rey does Bush’s dirty work on our National Forests. [link fixed] By Bill Schneider. New West.

Related, March 1. An Open Letter to all Americans who wish to Contribute to keeping America’s Public Lands Administered by the Forest Service … Wild and Undeveloped.

One Response to “Mark Rey, Public Lands Enemy No. 1?”

  1. kt Says:

    From Lynn Scarlett at Interior to Mark Rey to now Gail Kimbell – they are all pure evil.

    Mark Rey was pivotal in bringing us the Bush Healthy Forests garbage and destruction, including “Stewardship Contracting” Logging on Forest and BLM lands, that the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is now to be conducting.


    provides a 2003 perspective on one of Rey’s favorite things. Here is the now-departed to spend more time with the Energy Industry Ms. Norton:

    “A newly plowed backroad for the industry’s bulldozer is now “one of the greatest tools open to us,” according to Secretary Norton. “The public-private partnership — stewardship contracting.”

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