Feds Pay Lobbyists For Trees

The Department of Natural Resources will pay lobbyists and corporations including suburban developers to plant two billion trees under a “human wellbeing” program announced three years ago. Forestry companies that already plant more than a half billion trees annually are exempt from the subsidy: “If you harvest a tree you’re legally obligated to plant one.”

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