No – The availability of well managed forests and sustainably harvested wood for lumber is getting to a point where there really is no need to log old growth forests, additionally, while old growth forests are a visual environmental marvel that are becoming alarmingly rare – they also serve as active carbon sinks and continue to sequester carbon through out there life spans.
No logging old growth trees isn’t a great idea. In some gulf states there are logging companies that log old growth cypress trees, which are vital to life in those states. Cypress trees are the best natural defense against hurricanes and storms and provide habitat to many endangered species such as the black bear and the white billed woodpecker. Check out the link to see the destruction that logging cypress trees as done to the natural environment.
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