Friends of the Gualala River

Forest for the Trees Coastal redwoods battle heats up along the Gualala River

“Until Huffman and McGuire intervened, GRT’s much larger current floodplain logging plan passed through the regulatory process without opposition from regulators.” Forest for the Trees Coastal redwoods battle heats up along the Gualala River by Will Parrish The fight to save majestic coastal redwood groves in California has been waged for more than a century, […]

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Great news! Judge Chouteau granted a Preliminary Injunction to stop logging along the Gualala River!

Great news! Judge Chouteau granted a Preliminary Injunction to stop logging along the Gualala River! Great news! Judge Chouteau granted a Preliminary Injunction to stop logging along the Gualala River! Rick and Jeanne Jackson Gualala, CA Jun 7, 2018 — We were in Superior Court yesterday, and were elated with the judge granted a Preliminary Injunction

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Friends of Gualala River going to court Wednesday, June 6th to stop “Dogwood”…again.

Friends of Gualala River going to court Wednesday, June 6th to stop “Dogwood”…again. Jun 3, 2018 — Friends of Gualala River, FoGR, and their allies, have filed for a preliminary injunction to stop logging in the floodplain of the Gualala River…again. This is “Dogwood II.” Judge Chouteau will be hearing this issue again. If you are

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Gualala River Watershed’s Battle Over Timber Harvest Plan Continues

Gualala River Watershed’s Battle Over Timber Harvest Plan Continues By Steve Lemig The Gualala Redwood Timber Company has submitted a new, revised proposal to log a 402-acre plot of land in the lower Gualala River. This comes just weeks after The California Department of Forestry and Wildfire (CAL FIRE) revoked the timber company’s previous permit

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