Headwaters Forest at 10 

In 1999, the public bought an irreplaceable treasure. And some problems. And some things we still don't understand.

[slideshow-1] Ten years ago, on March 1, 1999, the federal government and the state of California agreed to pay Charles Hurwitz of Maxxam Corp. $380 million for an imperfect and yet miraculous 7,472 acres of Pacific Lumber Co. land east of Humboldt…

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