The sensitivity and insight with which Anthony Eaton Cook portrays the Cook Forest are testimony to a lifetime of involvement with this magnificent landscape. The forest was once the cherished property of the Cook family and his grandfather, Anthony Wayne Cook who in 1928 deeded the original 7200 acres to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for its protection and perpetuity.
Two generations later, Anthony Cook is an energetic advocate for the preservation of old-growth forests. He has given many talks, written numerous articles, and traveled extensively to the old-growth forests of Central America and North America in his quest to raise awareness about the issues affecting the future of these forests.
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