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More trees? Of course. But also Fewer Feet.

<div class="field field--name-field-timestamp field--type-datestamp field--label-hidden"><time datetime="2020-02-13T12:29:11-05:00"><b>Thu,</b> <span class="uppercase"><b>Feb</b></span> 13<sup>th</sup> 2020 @ <b>12:29</b> pm EST</time>&nbsp; <i class="text-black">by</i>&nbsp; <span class="username" xml:lang="" about="/account/3260697" typeof="sioc:UserAccount" property="foaf:name" datatype="">Christy Shaw</span></div><p>U.S. population growth is driven by immigration and is projected to reach over 400 million by 2065. This will create an increasing demand for new development, which will result in greater losses of our open spaces, wildlife habitats and natural resources at unprecedented and unsustainable rates. According to the <a href="" title="U.S. Forest Service" target="_blank">U.S. Forest Service</a>, between 1982 and 2001, over 34 million acres of open space was lost to development. By 2030, the total loss of forest space will equal the size of the state of Georgia.</p>