This Seattle Times piece details why sustainable forestry, both public and private, is an important part of Washington’s landscape today.
Excerpt: “Sustainable forestry involves a renewable cycle of harvesting what we plant,” says Mark Doumit, Washington Forest Protection Association. “It means caring for our forest resources, providing fish and wildlife habitat, and protecting clean air and water. At the same time, we provide jobs for rural economies and renewable wood products.”
Read the full article in the Seattle Times.