Its pretty hard for a road not to have some "significant" effect on adjacent trees unless they are so far back that they are barely adjacent.
Are there any maps of the planned change and redwoods nearby?
For entertainment, I may buy that magazine issue if single copies are available.
If Nichols never saw Hyperion to include an image - that's one thing I have on hand that he does not.
Currently, I have photos of Hyperion, Helios, Stratosphere Giant, and the largest redwoods as well. Had to find them on my own. Beautiful habitats too.
I'd imagine that the Redwood article should be very interesting for most readers, whether it's about the most extreme coast redwoods, or about forest management.
We have some of the nicest forests in the world along the Pacific Coast. Well worth reading about.
It's nice to see progress to protect old growth redwoods. And hopefully people involved continue to realize that the logging machine that took over a century to put into motion, just won't stop in a few years.
If it's taken decades to slow the momentum - people should be thankful, and just remain patient.
For those who really enjoy grinding their mental gears over forest preservation - ponder this:
Now that's something to keep brain cells busy.
At least somebody is discussing something.
Step one anyway.
There are several ways to take care of redwoods and take care of people.
Too bad there is not a wider page for reading. There's a lot of info. Made it half way through at least.
Pretty good job of assembling the info.
In Print This Week:
Dec 5, 2013
vol XXIV issue 49
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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