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Dogwood Alliance

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Dogwood Alliance

For over 25 years, Dogwood Alliance has fought threats to U.S. forests and frontline communities. Dogwood Alliance promotes forest protection as the best solution to climate change and partners with communities to develop economic solutions that work with and for forests.

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Danna Smith is the founder of Dogwood Alliance.
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Sam Davis is a staff scientist at the Partnership for Policy Integrity (PFPI), a nonprofit that uses science, litigation, policy analysis, and strategic communications to promote policies that protect climate, ecosystems, and people.
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Dogwood Alliance Executive Director, Danna Smith, talks with leaders in the forest protection movement about why this moment is the Right Place and Right Time for meaningful change. Episode 1 spotlights Mary Heglar, a writer, teacher, podcast host, and leader in the climate justice movement.

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Dogwood Alliance Executive Director, Danna Smith, talks with leaders in the forest protection movement about why this moment is the Right Place and Right Time for meaningful change. Episode 3 spotlights Belinda Joyner, a teacher and leader in the environmental justice movement.

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Dogwood Alliance Communications Director, Scot Quaranda, talks with a leader in the forest protection movement about why this moment is the Right Place and Right Time for meaningful change. Episode 5 spotlights Sami Grover, author, branding expert, and environmental activist.

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Dogwood Alliance Executive Director, Danna Smith, talks with leaders in the forest protection movement about why this moment is the Right Place and Right Time for meaningful change. Episode 6 spotlights Dr. Thomas RaShad Easley, a forester, hip-hop artist, writer, DEI educator, and leader in the environmental justice movement.

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This is Sampson County in North Carolina, where local residents are facing an Enviva wood pellet mill. Residents fear the effects that logging will have on their water quality and on their protection from storms and flooding. On top of that, this dirty mill will increase traffic as well as noise and air pollution. Join the movement to fight back against this community injustice!

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Rural Richmond County NC, already an epicenter of environmental Injustice, faces its newest threat from wood pellet plant, Enviva. Stand with the people of Concern Citizens of Richmond County to stop this facility from being built! A victory in Richmond County is a victory for the South, for the forests, and for all the communities in the South who face environmental injustice.

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