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Forestry Rock Star Advocates for Change

Chuck Leavell owns a tree plantation in Georgia that occupies 2,900 acres. He’s written books on forestry and testified before Congress about logging legislation. One other thing: he plays keyboard for the Rolling Stones. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel profiles Leavell’s conversion from keyboardist to conservationist and highlights his unique position to advocate for positive change.
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