Hemp, Kenaf & Wood Conservation

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Wed Sep 18 08:04:34 EST 1996

From: The GreenDisk Journal <greendisk at igc.org>

            >>>    Conserving Wood & Forests     <<<

Hemp, kenaf, agricultural waste and other materials are
increasingly replacing wood as the fiber in paper. Other
initiatives seek to reuse wood and paper and reduce consumption
in construction and other industries. How far has this movement
come and what is it's real potential to protect forests?    

The upcoming issue of The Green Disk -- a journal of contemporary
environmental issues published bimonthly on computer disk -- will
focus on Alternative Fibers and Wood Conservation. Submissions of
articles and resource listings on this topic are welcome.  

If you are involved in any environmental project you would like
our readers (educators, journalists, activists) to know about,
please submit a description, press release or article through our
WWW site, via email, or mail it on disk. 


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