The McKay Tract 

Everybody wants a piece of this rich redwood country in Eureka's backyard

[slideshow-1] Last fall, treesitters ascended into a stand of big, second-growth redwoods in the McKay Tract, east of Cutten and visible from Northridge Road. They hoisted a flag into the tallest tree, erected a large banner and delivered a statement to the media. Months later,…

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