The Acadian Forest, The Story So Far

The short film looks at how the forest industry, with government help, through lack of protection of the indigenous Acadian Forests of Eastern North America, slowly turns a thriving habitat into a pulp and paper tree plantation, while also shedding light on the myth that replanting a forest is a good thing for native species. 

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