I think it is critically important that we preserve as much forest as we can because every cut leaves wildlife with less habitat. At some point there won’t be sufficient forest to support a variety of wildlife. When the forest is clearcut, we lose decades of tree growth & understory vegetation, the very shelter and food resources animals and birds need to survive and thrive.
For me, part of the forest experience is the chance sighting of a bear or a bobcat.
It is for this reason that I am doing all I can to make Our Forest Fund a success.
— Kim Greenwood