Now we’re facing the consequences of these past actions, including:
We’re dedicated to helping develop living-wage and entry-level jobs in the woods in biomass (firewood, chips, pellets and more), commercial harvesting, tree planting, mowing, controlled burning and recreational tourism.
We’re equally committed to ecosystem restoration that assures clean, abundant water and helps wildlife and fish thrive for the long haul.
We all benefit from a healthy, resilient, fire-adapted forest. There’s a lot to lose if we don’t take action.