What Now, Treesitter? 

Happy activists bask in the Humboldt Redwood Co. chief’s vow to not cut old growth, but they say there’s still plenty more forest to save

[slideshow-1] An eerie dreamlight slanted in from the west, a spray of pale gold shot through a crack in the late-day cloud ceiling. It struck a small remnant of ancient redwood forest, where one sky-vanishing tree towered taller than the rest, wider,…

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