We're kind of in the rescue business.
We've kind of ate, slept and breathed tree farming the last 20 years.
We didn't want to grow large trees here that would block our beautiful view of Mount Rainier.
We're the spokesman for tree farmers across the nation for the next year.
We're happy to provide habitat for fish and wildlife species, ... But we wanted some regulatory certainty and stability.
The bark is just like candy for deer.
My father made a choice to travel to Iraq and listen to those who are not heard. He meets with families who are missing loved ones. He has spent most of his time in Iraq trying to free detainees.
A little human creativity matched up with tremendous human need.
The next generation is losing interested in tree farming. If we lose them, the land is just going to get converted.