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Dogwood III is reopened for public comments – we need your help.

They are back at it again…..Sad news, the redwoods along the fragile Gualala River are being threatened again. NO LOGGING! Please consider writing a letter in opposition, commenting points below. Petition update Dogwood III is reopened for public comments – we need your help. Rick and Jeanne Jackson Gualala, CA, United States Apr 11, 2019 […]

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Friends Of Graton #17 update: Cal Fire must do more to protect rural residents

OPINION Cal Fire must do more to protect rural residents By Deborah A. Eppstein and Craig S. Harrison Feb. 8, 2019 Updated: Feb. 8, 2019 6:36 p.m. In November, the world watched with horror as residents of Paradise tried to escape from an oncoming wildfire on clogged roads, some so desperate that they abandoned their

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Republished: Cal Fire must do more to protect rural residents

OPINION Cal Fire must do more to protect rural residents By Deborah A. Eppstein and Craig S. Harrison Feb. 8, 2019 Updated: Feb. 8, 2019 6:36 p.m. In November, the world watched with horror as residents of Paradise tried to escape from an oncoming wildfire on clogged roads, some so desperate that they abandoned their

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‘Dogwood’ Timber Harvest Plan Rejected for Gualala River Floodplain

Redwood Needles Sierra Club: ‘Dogwood’ Timber Harvest Plan Rejected for Gualala River Floodplain Sonoma County Superior Court sided with the Friends of Gualala River on Oct. 16 in its fight against logging hundreds of acres of the Wild and Scenic Gualala River floodplain. Sierra Club Redwood Chapter contributed financially to the successful lawsuit. The controversial

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People Power: Small local organization defeats Sierra Pacific

Shasta Environmental Alliance, Marilyn Woodhouse of Battle Creek Alliance wrote a 32 page letter to CalFire regarding a 1000 acre Timber Harvest Plan that was cut and pasted from a close by project. One local commented it was the first time in 20 years that a THP was withdrawn. Thank you hero Marilyn for protecting that forest with your

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Sonoma County Superior Court rules in favor of Friends of Gualala River’s second lawsuit over the “Dogwood” floodplain timber harvest plan

Sonoma County Superior Court rules in favor of Friends of Gualala River’s second lawsuit over the “Dogwood” floodplain timber harvest plan Media Release October 19, 2018 Sonoma County Superior Court once again has ruled in favor of Friends of Gualala River (FoGR) in its lawsuit against CAL FIRE’s approval of logging of coastal floodplain redwood

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