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Only about 8 percent of the 632,324 acre Olympic National Forest and 11 percent of the 1.7 million acre Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest remain open to logging, with any harvest confined largely to second-growth or salvage of burned or wind-toppled trees.
In addition to Santa Monica, in California, a coalition of environmental groups has urged the purchase of lands along the Appalachian Trail and in Washington State's Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, specifically the Alpine Lakes Management Area.
Reports ($2 each) are available for 50 trails (some well known, some not) in Olympic and Mount Rainier national parks and Wenatchee and Mount Baker-Snoqualmie national forests; you can find them at Seattle or Bellevue REI stores, or by mail.