Logging roads zig zag through a recent clear cut forest creating a barren slope on Admiralty Island. Less than 5 percent of the entire Tongass National Forest is composed of high-volume old growth. The biggest and best trees, the biological heart of the rainforest, has been cut—much of it for pulp.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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- Tongass National Geographic Magazine MM7258