As I look around at folks who carry paper protest signs on sticks and ask you to bring tissues to an event that celebrates the death of a renewable resource — while eating their cardboard-packaged granola bars, holding their paper coffee cups and carrying a large wooden coffin — I start to wonder where the logic has all gone.
How did we get so detached from the things we use every single day?
We live in a country striving to lessen its fossil-fuel dependency. We have forests in this province in need of continued renewal to aid their successional development towards healthy, carbon-sequestering, wealth-producing ecosystems for generations to come.
No one plants a tree who does not believe in the future. read more >>