Protect Vital Old-Growth Forests From Logging

Target: Randy Moore, Chief of the U.S. Forest Service

Goal: Cease all logging activities in old-growth forests and implement stringent conservation measures to preserve these vital ecosystems.

Alaska’s old-growth forests, remote and untouched, stand as rare remnants of the planet’s pristine wilderness. These ancient woodlands, shaped by centuries of natural processes, represent irreplaceable treasures in this increasingly developed world. Their significance transcends mere aesthetics; they are vital components of the global ecosystem.

These forests harbor a unique tapestry of biodiversity and are home to numerous imperiled species. Furthermore, they serve as invaluable carbon sinks, absorbing and storing vast amounts of carbon dioxide and playing an indispensable role in mitigating climate change.

Despite their paramount importance, the haunting specter of logging operations looms over these majestic forests. The relentless pursuit of short-term profit threatens these irreplaceable ecosystems. The consequences of such actions are not merely ecological; they are a loss to the collective heritage and a blow to the fight against climate change. Time is of the essence, and immediate action is imperative to halt logging activities and implement stringent conservation measures.

Sign the petition below to demand the immediate cessation of all logging activities within Alaska’s old-growth forests. Let us unite to protect these irreplaceable ecosystems for future generations.


Dear Mr. Moore,

We write to you with deep concern for the future of Alaska’s old-growth forests. These ancient woodlands are not just a testament to the natural world’s grandeur; they are vital components of the planet’s health and biodiversity.

It is imperative that we recognize the irreplaceable value of these forests. They serve as sanctuaries for countless plant and animal species, some of which are found nowhere else on Earth. Moreover, these forests play an indispensable role in mitigating climate change by sequestering vast amounts of carbon dioxide.

Despite their significance, logging operations persist within these precious habitats. The irreversible destruction of these ancient trees not only disrupts delicate ecosystems but also releases substantial carbon stores into the atmosphere, further exacerbating the global climate crisis.

We implore you to take immediate action to halt all logging activities within Alaska’s old-growth forests. We must protect these ecosystems and ensure their preservation for generations to come. It is a common responsibility to safeguard the natural wonders that remain in safe care.


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