Save Forests From Reckless Logging

Target: Kyle Cunningham, State Forester of the Arkansas Department of Agriculture, Forestry Division

Goal: Safeguard forests and their ecosystems.

In the pristine landscapes of Arkansas, a pressing concern looms large–the absence of stringent regulations governing timber harvesting practices. While the forestry industry is vital to the state’s economy, the lack of sustainable measures threatens the forests’ very existence. Unsustainable harvesting practices have the potential to disrupt the delicate balance of ecosystems, degrade water quality, and diminish wildlife habitats.

Furthermore, the indiscriminate removal of trees without proper reforestation jeopardizes the long-term health of the forests. This situation not only impacts the environment but also has far-reaching consequences for future generations.

The urgency of this matter cannot be overstated. Immediate action is needed to ensure the preservation and regeneration of the forests. This involves the introduction and enforcement of sustainable timber harvesting practices, including clear-cut guidelines, reforestation mandates, and stringent oversight to prevent illegal and unsustainable logging operations.

Sign the petition below to demand that the Arkansas Department of Agriculture, Forestry Division, take immediate action to implement and enforce sustainable timber harvesting practices.


Dear State Forester Cunningham,

The natural beauty and ecological richness of Arkansas are unparalleled. However, the unchecked and unsustainable timber harvesting practices currently in play pose a severe threat to the environment. The absence of stringent regulations not only undermines the health of the forests but also puts at risk the diverse ecosystems and wildlife that call Arkansas home.

We earnestly request the immediate implementation and enforcement of sustainable timber harvesting practices. It is imperative that clear-cut guidelines, reforestation mandates, and robust oversight mechanisms are put in place to preserve the ecological integrity of the state.

Arkansas deserves a future where its natural beauty remains intact for generations to come. Let us act now to safeguard the forests and protect the environment.


[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Robert Nunnally

One Comment

  1. The logging industry is hardly responsible enough to be ethical. Do not trust this idle trickery. Any idiot knows we need trees to survive the climate crises. Be sure the dopes don’t cut down our great source to survive,

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