Why are forests not as important as they should be to some people?



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    Forests are of extreme significance for all of the valuable functions they perform in order to help support our continued survival. However, as with soil, it is difficult for people to realize just how important forests are because they seem so common we tend to take them for granted. Many people become familiar with forests from an early age and would simply come to expect that they will always exist no matter what we do to them. And since it is difficult to experience first-hand exactly how valuable forest are for environmental benefits, we tend instead to place a preference on their economic benefits, such as for timber.

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