Environmentalists agree with the U.S. Forest Service that four timber sales planned along Eagle Creek in the Mount Hood National Forest in Oregon are some of the best sales ever designed — they target no old-growth timber, avoid clear-cutting, and require little road-building. So why have enviros staged two years of protests against the sales? Donald Fontenot of the Cascadia Forest Alliance said, “Nothing short of ending logging on public lands is good enough.” Enviros believe that if they can stop these timber sales, they can stop any Forest Service sale.