Gualala Redwood Timber

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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Update: CAL-FIRE’s decision on the revised “Dogwood” timber harvest plan is delayed once again

CAL-FIRE’s decision on the revised “Dogwood” timber harvest plan is delayed once again. The latest date for CAL-FIRE’s decision is now Feb. 23, 2018, yet another postponement. Hopefully all the expert comments are giving them a pause…or a headache! This THP should be denied! Here are some of the issues reported on this ill conceived

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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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Update: APPROVED! You have one week left to comment on the Gualala River floodplain logging plan, Dogwood.

You have one week left to comment on the Gualala River floodplain logging plan, Dogwood. This is just one of several logginbg plans waiting in the wings. THIS IS OUR WATERSHED. Using 25,000 gallons of water in the summer to keep dust down from the skid roads will further decimate the area. CalFire has been knocked

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Victory for the Forest UPDATE: Judge rules on Disputed Gualala River logging plan, Dogwood

MEDIA RELEASE >> Date: June 29, 2017 >> >> After halting logging in the environmentally sensitive mature floodplain >> redwood forest of the lower Gualala River, Judge René Chouteau of Sonoma >> County Superior Court awarded $162,000 in attorney’s fees to the >> successful parties in environmental litigation over CAL FIRE’s approval of >> the

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