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    Forest Organizations

    Rainforest Action Network organizes demonstrations against companies that promote destruction of old-growth rain forests.
    The Rainforest Alliance develops and promotes economically viable and socially desirable alternatives to the destruction of rainforests.
    Forest Action Network works to stop the destruction of forests and forest ecosystems, including the Great Bear Rainforest in western Canada, the largest remaining expanse of coastal temperate rainforest left in the world.
    Home Depot Sucks! has information on where Home Depot's products are really coming from. Did you know that Home Depot is the largest retailer of old growth rainforest wood in the US?
    American Forests was founded in 1875 and was instrumental in the creation of the national forest and park systems. They have an ongoing tree planting campaign -- plant a tree online to count towards their 20 million tree goal.
    Heritage Forests Campaign. Send a virtual postcard to Michael Dombeck, Forest Service Chief.
    Luna is the Redwood tree Julia Butterfly Hill sat in for over 2 years to help save the redwoods in California.
    Certified Forest Products Council promotes responsible forest products buying practices and has a listing of FSC-certified forest products.

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