Editor Fred Krueger says that the non-economic values of forests have been largely ignored by a utilitarian, consumer-driven culture.
"Something of the creator is in the creation," Krueger says. "Something in the land deserves respect."
He says that, historically, no major movement in America has succeeded without religious support, including abolition, civil rights and women's rights. "When (abolition) hit the pulpits of this country, that's when it caught fire," Krueger says. "The forest issue is catching fire now."
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