What would we do if the working forests in Washington were gone?

Washington forest
Westside Washington working forest. Photo: DNR.

From the late 1980s and mid-2000s, 17 percent—nearly one sixth—of non-federal forestlands in Washington State were lost to development such as home sites, roads, etc. Over the years, Washington has established high standards for responsible, vibrant forestry that blends harvest with habitat, water and other natural resource protections.

What do YOU want for the future for sustainable working forests, and how do we keep them working?

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