Things About Loggers

The Loggers, by casey

facts about loggers

They want to clear the rain forest so they can make houses and mines.

Did you know that loggers mostly start from the top of trees to the bottom. They can cut more then 600 trees per day. They are cutting trees down to make more space. Logging can be hard depending on what kind of tree it is.

logging history

It is important to cut down trees because they can make medicine out of resources in the trees.

If the did not cut down trees we would not have a roof under our heads.

In the late 1990's after depleting much of their own timber stocks Asian logging companies began aggressively moving into rain forest areas including northeastern South America Guyana, Suriname the Brazilian Amazon the Congo Basin of Central Africa the South Pacific, particularly the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea and Central America.