Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/2006-Greenpeace-Music-Wood-Tour-27MZIFI2WF6U.htmlConceptually similar2006 Greenpeace Music Wood TourGP02L4ECompleted★★★★2006 Greenpeace Music Wood TourGP02L4ACompleted★★★★2006 Greenpeace Music Wood TourGP02L4BCompleted★★★★2006 Greenpeace Music Wood TourGP02L4CCompleted★★★★2006 Greenpeace Music Wood TourGP02KYJCompleted★★★★2006 Greenpeace Music Wood TourGP02L02Completed★★★★2006 Greenpeace Music Wood TourGP02L0QCompleted★★★★2006 Greenpeace Music Wood TourGP02L0VCompleted★★★★2006 Greenpeace Music Wood TourGP02L0WCompleted★★★★View AllGP02L4D2006 Greenpeace Music Wood TourSitka Spruce logs in a Sealaska sort yard in Kake harvested from Sealaska forestland in southeast Alaska. The 2006 Greenpeace Musicwood tour, a coalition seeking to leverage forest management changes on the ground for tree species traditionally used in musical instrument making.Locations:Alaska-United States of AmericaDate:19 Aug, 2006Credit:© Bob TaylorMaximum size:1664px X 2496pxRestrictions:Okay for Greenpeace Campaign and Communication Use, No Sales. No Third Part Licensing from Greenpeace. Refer to Bob Taylor of Taylor Guitars.Keywords:Day-Forests (campaign title)-Logging practices-Outdoors-Sealaska Corporation-Spruce trees-Timber-Timber industry-TreesShoot:Musicwood Tour SE Alaska 2006Guitar maker Bob Taylor documented the 2006 Greenpeace sponsored Music Wood Tour of Southeast Alaska. Representatives of Greenpeace, Martin, Gibson, Taylor and other instrument manufacturers looked at the pristine areas of natural forest as well as clear cut forest practices to gain insight and understanding of the impacts of wood used in the music industry. This coalition sought to influence forest management practices on the ground in the Tongass National Forest of southeast Alaska.