Protest Against The Logging Of Nanning Creek Grove

 
Environmentalists from groups including Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters, Earth First!, Humboldt Forest Defense, EPIC, We Save Trees and R.A.N. assembled in front of Senator Feinsteins's downtown office to protest against the logging of Ancient Redwoods in the Nanning Creek Grove. Photos

Nanning Creek Grove, one mile east of the logging town of Scotia, is the largest unprotected stand of primeval redwood forest in the world. It contains old-growth trees up to 15 feet in diameter standing over 300 ft tall, likely to be thousands of years old. Of the two million acres of original Redwood forests that existed when California gained statehood in 1850, less than three percent remain today.
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Environmentalists from groups including Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters, Earth First!, Humboldt Forest Defense, EPIC, We Save Trees and R.A.N. assembled in front of Senator Feinsteins's downtown office to protest against the logging of Ancient Redwoods in the Nanning Creek Grove. Photos

Nanning Creek Grove, one mile east of the logging town of Scotia, is the largest unprotected stand of primeval redwood forest in the world. It contains old-growth trees up to 15 feet in diameter standing over 300 ft tall, likely to be thousands of years old. Of the two million acres of original Redwood forests that existed when California gained statehood in 1850, less than three percent remain today.
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