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Aggregate consists of manufactured crushed stone and sand created by crushing bedrock, and naturally occurring unconsolidated sand and gravel. The infrastructure created using aggregate is a major contributor to our current standard of living. Maintaining our lifestyle, passing that lifestyle on to our progeny, and supporting others to achieve developed nation status, will require huge amounts of aggregate. This chapter describes the aggregate industry and sustainable aggregate resource management, including the complex environmental, societal, and social issues associated with the exploration, mining, processing, transportation, and recycling of aggregate resources, and the reclamation of mined-out aggregate deposits.

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For over 125 years, Liberty has been a leader in the steel industry. Located in Peoria, Illinois, the facility is one of the largest wire and rod mills in the US. We produce 700,000 tons of steel each year. A major recycler, much of Libertys steel is manufactured from reprocessed steel. The metal is melted, purified, refined and poured on site.

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biden bureau of land management nominee tracy stone-manning was involved in eco-terrorism case, resulted in college roommates conviction, prison sentence, court records show | the daily caller

biden bureau of land management nominee tracy stone-manning was involved in eco-terrorism case, resulted in college roommates conviction, prison sentence, court records show | the daily caller

President Joe Bidens nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management, Tracy Stone-Manning, received legal immunity to testify in a 1993 criminal trial, court documents obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation show. The trial resulted in a 17 month prison sentencefor tree spiking, a violent tactic used to prevent logging.

Stone-Manning testified that she sent an anonymous and threatening letter to the Forest Service in 1989 on behalf of John P. Blount, who she identified as her former roommate and a member of her circle of friends, court documents show. The letter warned that a local forest in Idaho set to be logged had been sabotaged with tree spikes, according to the documents.

Tree spiking, which The Washington Post and other news outlets have described as an eco-terrorism tactic, is a form of sabotage in which metal spikes are nailed into trees to make them unsafe to log. If gone unnoticed, tree spikes can cause serious injuries for workers.

Stone-Manning told local media outlets at the time of the trial she waited until 1993 to inform federal authorities of her role in sending the letter because she was scared Blount would threaten her life. She also said she has always denounced tree spiking.

Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee Ranking Member Sen. John Barrasso told the DCNF that Stone-Mannings involvement in the tree-spiking incident should disqualify her from serving in the position.

The anonymous letter Stone-Manning said she sent on Blounts behalf stated that a total of five hundred pounds of spikes measuring 8 to 10 inches in length were unloaded in a local forest to prevent an upcoming logging sale, court records show.

The sales were marked so that no workers would be injured and so that you assholes know they are spiked, the letter stated. I would be more than willing to pay you a dollar for the sale, but you would have to find me first and that would be your WORST nightmare.

Stone-Manning testified that she was somewhat shocked by the contents of the letter Blount asked her to send but decided to mail it to the Forest Service after thinking it over for a night, court records show.

But before Stone-Manning sent the letter, she testified that she retyped it from a rented typewriter because she didnt want it on my personal computer. She also began to explain because my fingerprints, before a defense attorney cut her off.

Stone-Manning informed the Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee in writing in May that she has never been the target of any federal criminal investigation. However, she disclosed to the committee that she testified before a federal grand jury in 1989 as part of an investigation into an alleged tree-spiking incident, and later testified in a trial that resulted in the conviction of a responsible individual according to written testimony obtained by the DCNF.

Stone-Manning did not disclose to the Senate committee that, according to reporting at the time by the Missoulian, she told reporters she could have been charged with conspiracy in the matter had U.S. prosecutors not granted her immunity from prosecution in exchange for her testimony. She also didnt disclose that, according to the Missoulian, prosecutors investigating the matter subpoenaed her in 1989 and required her to give handwriting and hair samples to a federal grand jury.

Assistant U.S. Attorney George Breitsmater wrote in a pre-trial memo that the individuals who were subpoenaed in 1989 were believed to be involved in the spiking. Breitsmater added that the individuals were subpoenaed as part of a criminal investigation, but the evidence collected at the time was not sufficient enough to identify the individuals responsible for the tree spiking.

Stone-Manning told the Casper Star-Tribune in May 1993 that Blount had a shotgun in his possession and had threatened to kill anyone who spoke to authorities about the tree spiking. Stone-Manning said Blount left the state shortly after law enforcement officials launched their investigation in 1989.

Also in May 1993, Stone-Manning told the Missoulian newspaper that upon reading news of Blounts arrest, she felt safe enough to inform federal authorities that she mailed the letter to the Forest Service on Blounts behalf.

The outlet reported that U.S. Attorney Maurice Ellsworth sent a letter to Stone-Mannings lawyer stating she will be granted use immunity for the statements which she makes to the degree that it may incriminate her.

The Missoulian reported in 2013 that Stone-Manning said Blounts ex-girlfriend unsolicitedly contacted her in 1993 and said Blount was soon to be released from jail due to an unrelated domestic abuse matter. She told Stone-Manning that she wanted him to stay imprisoned and that Stone-Mannings testimony in the tree spiking incident would keep him behind bars.

She knew everything about the tree-spiking story and she knew if she told everything that could keep him in jail, Stone-Manning said in 2013, according to the Missoulian. She asked if I would testify, and I said yes, and he went to jail.

Breitsmater wrote that Blounts ex-girlfriend contacted a Forest Service agent in December 1992 and told the agent that Blount was responsible for the 1989 tree spiking incident. She also said that Stone-Manning was the individual who mailed the threatening letter, according to the memo.

Neither BLM nor the White House immediately returned requests for comment. The National Wildlife Federation, where Stone-Manning served as a senior advisor for prior to her nomination, did not immediately return a request for comment.

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