Your July 26 editorial on Wild Sky is right to point out that the heart of the proposal is the splendid low elevation forest and the protection it provides for salmon streams (“Don’t let Wild Sky lose low-land acreage”). But you are wrong to propose that Wild Sky can wait beyond this congressional session. Too much effort and compromise has gone into the present plan, too many Washington citizens want it now, and the increasing threat to the integrity of low elevation forests is too great to wait. California Rep. Richard Pombo should get out of the way and let it happen. And Rep. George Nethercutt and the rest of the Washington delegation should insist that he do so – now!