Tongass National Forest Old-Growth Logging

Tongass National Forest Old-Growth Logging

The Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska, known as the “crown jewel” of the National  Forest System, is America’s largest and wildest national forest. Nearly 17 million acres in size, the Tongass is the largest intact temperate rainforest on Earth. The...
Letter from the Tongass

Letter from the Tongass

In 1879 on his first trip to Southeast Alaska in what is now the Tongass National Forest, naturalist and wilderness lover John Muir was overcome by the dramatic landscape. He first witnessed the region from aboard a passenger ship, sailing through the island...
John DeVoe, WaterWatch of Oregon

John DeVoe, WaterWatch of Oregon

For this installment of The Way We Work, we spoke to John DeVoe, executive director of WaterWatch of Oregon.  Working to establish balanced water policy, protection and restoration of streamflows, and protection of threatened native fish, WaterWatch has partnered with...

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