Forest Voice 1, no. 1

from Multimedia Library Collection:
Earth First! Movement Writings

Forest Voice 1, no. 1. Front page.

Forest Voice 1, no. 1 (1989). Environment and Society Portal. Multimedia Library.

This issue of Forest Voice features photographs of deforested U.S. federal lands and argues that log exporting is both economically and environmentally foolish. It outlines appeals citizens can make to their government representatives to save national native forests.

America can not tolerate the loss of one more acre of natural, virgin, old-growth forest. What little remains must be guarded and protected. By diverting only one quarter of our raw-material exports, all of our remaining native forests can be saved.

—Chris Maser

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