timber harvest plans

Attention all “tree huggers”…..learn to read timber harvest permits/documents in webinar

SCHEDULED for OCTOBER 22, 1:00-3:00 PM CalTREES Public Training Workshop California Timber Regulation and Environmental Evaluation System Location:  Resources Auditorium – 1416 Ninth Street, Sacramento, CA Webcast:  The workshop will be webcast for those who cannot attend in person.  Register here to access the live webcast: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8502937227975779587 The webcast will be recorded, posted to the CalTREES website, […]

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Kill AB 425 (And – SB 901 Joint Senate and Assembly Conference Committee language on Fires – Dodd and Wood are not helping).

SIERRA CLUB & Coast Action Group: Kill AB 425  (And – SB 901 Joint Senate and Assembly Conference Committee language on Fires – Dodd and Wood are not helping).  California fires: Governor proposes easing logging rules to thin forests By Paul Rogers | progers@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: August 23, 2018 at 4:14

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Kill AB 426 (allowing road building and cutting of large trees without a permit)

From our favorite protector of forest, “Coast Action Group”, authorities on forest management AND watchdog for those resources. kill AB 426 (allowing road building and cutting of large trees without a permit If you want to see long term viability  of our forests – e-mails, and phone calls need to go out. See – article

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Not an April Fools Day joke: CalFire approves Dogwood timber harvest plan made behind closed doors with logger

Jeanne Jackson writes: It will make interesting reading to see how Cal-Fire manages to dismiss all of our concerns…again. To all of you who kindly submitted comments and who obviously care about the Gualala River and its floodplain, Friends of Gualala River – FoGR – will be in court Monday to try to stop this

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