Joan Maloof is the founder of the Old-Growth Forest Network, which seeks to protect remaining pockets of virgin forest. Maloof is shown in Arlington Woods in Alrington, Virginia, on Oct. 17, 2017.
Joan Maloof is the founder of the Old-Growth Forest Network, which seeks to protect remaining pockets of virgin forest. Maloof is shown in Arlington Woods in Alrington, Virginia, on Oct. 17, 2017. Adrian Higgins The Washington Post
Joan Maloof is the founder of the Old-Growth Forest Network, which seeks to protect remaining pockets of virgin forest. Maloof is shown in Arlington Woods in Alrington, Virginia, on Oct. 17, 2017. Adrian Higgins The Washington Post

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