We want to find the solutions to improve overall forest health with your help.

Working Forests Action Network

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It's Friday. You're looking forward to the weekend. We'll make this short and sweet.

We're working on solutions to improve overall forest health. We have the experience to know some of what works, but we don’t have all of the answers.

Your voice needs to be part of a conversation about the critical issues of forest health, supporting sustainable forestry and the renewal wood it provides, and taking steps to reduce wildfire.

We encourage you to connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. It's one easy way to say your piece.

We need you to be heard which is why we've created spaces on Facebook and Twitter where we can talk and share our own experiences and opinions, as well as share good news and facts about science-driven responsible forestry.

Thank you in advance for your involvement, and we hope you stay safe and dry on a stormy Northwest weekend.

-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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