Saturday, January 28, 2012

Congratulations to Northwest Arkansas Times photographer and reporter who produced an objective front-page story for the January 28 edition of the Times on Arkansas highway department's watershed abuse

For more photos of environmentally unsound practices of the AHTD, please see Flickr set.

Reporters are supposed to do what they did. However, columnists, editorial writers and bloggers have the right to express opinions. For an outdoor writer, however, there is a clear and overwhelming DUTY to write a strong, factually sound evaluation of the situation.
Juniper hairstreak butterfly's caterpillars feed only on the foliage of cedar trees such as those being wastefully and unnecessarily burned at the ADTD site on Arkansas 265 in northeast Fayetteville.

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