Dogwood logging plan

Dogwood logging on Gualala River stopped by FoGR and Center for Biological Diversity

Sonoma County should be the lead agency in this bad project. We still do not have an up to date tree ordinance. County keeps postponing…… Visit our website:    GualalaRiver.org Lawsuit Launched to Protect Endangered Wildlife in California Redwood Forest For Immediate Release Contact:Peter Galvin, Center for Biological Diversity, (707) 986-2600, pgalvin@biologicaldiversity.orgCharles Ivor, Friends of Gualala […]

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Jared Huffman Townhall in Gualala at Arts Center April 25th, 5-6pm

Please consider showing up and tell Jared we want all coastal logging banned. Dogwood 3 is back! WEBSITE BIOGRAPHY CONSTITUENT SERVICES NEWSROOM LEGISLATION         Please join Congressman Huffman for a town hall on April 25th at 5:00 PM in Gualala. Rep. Huffman will give an update from Washington D.C., talk about his shared priorities

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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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Dogwood II was defeated in court, but here comes Dogwood III.

Dogwood II was defeated in court, but here comes Dogwood III. Rick and Jeanne Jackson Gualala, CA, United States Feb 16, 2019 — Friends of Gualala River, and their allies, once again recently prevailed in court. The timber harvest plan called Dogwood has been found twice to fail to meet California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)

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Sierra Club news: Dogwood & Zero Waste in Sebastopol

‘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 “Dogwood” timber harvest plan

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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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