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The federal government owns over 400,000 acres in the North Carolina mountains. The largest single unit, 131,000 acres is in the Nantahala National Forest. The U.S. Forest Service has the responsibility of developing and administering this vast acreage. Prevost discusses what the forestry program seeks to accomplish.
Dogwood Alliance is a non-profit organization that relies on big corporations to make commitments to protect forest areas in the South. The Alliance uses public pressure to foster corporate policies that favor forest protection.