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In agreement with Kim Stafford who opposes the clear-cutting of old growth forests I feel that it is necessary to preserve the profitable lumber in its natural state for future generations Currently the tons of lumber produced from the Pacific Northwest region of the United States are taken for granted and most people do not realize that the forests will be destroyed within ten years at this rate of exploiting our natural resources We must make loggers a profession of the past and divert those current ones into another sector in our society The spotted owl is more than a Darwinistic survival of the fittest issue it represents the direction of our only planet In order to preserve the beauty of this planet we must cease the clear-cutting of forests All old growth forests have been around for multiple centuries and are cut down daily in a matter of hours in order to produce more buildings and houses in this already over-crowded world If the rate at which we cut down trees is continued without any regulation the forests will all be gone in ten years so we should do mankind a favor and try to preserve what is left If the old growth forests are gone then they can never return because it takes over five generations to produce one and at the rate that the human population is increasing there is not enough land to have a secure place for a new forest If we realize that it is best for the human race to stop destroying the natural resources then we must destroy too the existence of loggers all together To do so there must not be any new loggers so all training potential loggers must be stopped The current loggers must be diverted to another occupation Perhaps if the public supported the notion of stopping clear-cutting the government would be able to provide services to
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