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Every day, professional foresters are doing the work to make sure our vision for an ever-green Washington is always a reality. 

Working Forests Action Network

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Every day, professional foresters are doing the work to make sure our vision for maintaining a balanced working forest landscape is always a reality. Forest management is a long-term venture---it all starts with replanting trees after timber harvest.

In actively managed forests in Washington, three trees are planted for every one that is harvested.

As we look for new ways that sustainably grown wood can be part of solutions in energy production, building construction, and storing carbon, 3-to-1 becomes a critical ratio.

Even more critical is that high rate of replanting only takes place in working forests.

It’s a positive statistic worth sharing.

The graphic here tells our good story---you can share it on Facebook or Twitter, find it on our website or simply forward this email.

This great work is just one of the reasons that a diverse coalition supports the vital role privately owned forests serve for our economic and environmental future.

-Your Friends in Working Forests

Visit the new, improved WorkingForestsAction.org

The relationship between forest health and wildfire prevention is only a small part of an important conversation taking place about the role forests play in the world we live in.

Our new website --- workingforestsaction.org --- should be your starting point for information about the positive role modern forestry plays in our lives and the jumping off point when you want to take supportive action.

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