Three logging trucks were set on fire on Friday near the Mount Hood National Forest in Oregon where environmental protesters have been trying to prevent trees from being cut. Donald Fontenot of the Cascadia Forest Alliance, which has helped to organize the longtime protest, said, “The torching of the trucks strays from what is really important, which is the protection of the watershed.” Meanwhile, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday blocked logging on thousands of acres of federal land in the Northwest, ruling that the feds haven’t done enough to protect salmon from the impacts of timber cuts.