Opening Markets for Forest Management Byproducts
Unfortunately, wildfires are becoming an all too familiar headline in the summer months. California is faced with horrendous wildfires once again this year, along with miserable air quality and devastation of lands and communities. State and federal governmental entities are taking steps to toward mitigating wildfires, expanding opportunities for companies selling and using woody byproducts. This white paper reviews the agreement for shared stewardship of California’s forest and rangelands and discusses the The Emergency Wildfire and Public Safety Act of 2020.
David C. Weber
Beveridge & Diamond PC
David Weber is the Managing Principal and co-founder of Beveridge & Diamond’s Seattle, Washington office. He also serves as the co-chair of the Firm’s Air and Climate Change Practice Group. David focuses his practice on environmental litigation and compliance counseling, including air and water quality regulation, hazardous waste handling and remediation, and contaminated site cleanups under federal and state laws.
Kirstin K. Gruver
Beveridge & Diamond PC
Kirstin K. Gruver is as associate in the Seattle office of Beveridge & Diamond PC. She maintains a diverse environmental litigation and regulatory practice, working with clients nationwide across industrial sectors with a focus on wetlands and water issues. Prior to joining Beveridge & Diamond, Kirstin worked as a deputy prosecuting attorney at the Clark County Prosecutor's office. She also worked as a legal intern with the Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration, and as a summer clerk at Earthjustice.
Kirstin attended law school at the University of Washington School of Law, where she served as an extern at the Attorney General's Office of the University of Washington and as a legal intern at the University of Washington Tribal Defense Clinic. She also acted as the Notes & Comments Editor of the Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy. Before attending law school, Kirstin served a year with AmeriCorps working in the Flathead Valley doing watershed conservation and restoration work on the Flathead River, working with local farmers to create and implement restoration plans for their riverbanks. She also led environmental education sessions at her local Boys and Girls Club on the importance of wetlands and sustainable water resources.
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