Let It Be: Why We Must Save Alaska’s Pristine Tongass Forest

Author, novelist, photographer and Alaska native Kim Heacox with a powerful essay on why we must save the Tongass.

At 17 million acres, Alaska’s Tongass is the largest U.S. national forest and the world’s largest remaining temperate rainforest. Now, the Trump administration wants to resume large-scale logging in the Tongass, one of several initiatives threatening some of Alaska’s wildest lands.

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