FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 26, 2012
We depend on forests for our existence, for the clean air we breathe, for the clean water we drink, for wildlife habitat, and for carbon sequestration. We depend on forests to sustain sacred places and communities. Forests also provide us with an endless stream of products that contribute to our shelter, our literacy, our energy sources, our culture, and our health, well-being and livelihoods. We know these things, yet too often we take them for granted.