2 thoughts on “Activist: It’s not sustainable to cut down in an hour what takes 100s of years to grow back

  1. I am grateful to all who have acted to buy some more time for negotiation.

    Maybe this can lead to a win-win plan that takes the needs of loggers, hikers, cyclists, equestrians, taxpayers, firefighters and indigenous people into consideration, and makes use of what has been learned about forests in recent years.

    For example, Inland rainfall depends on coastal forests. Central Valley farms and Coastal food sovereignty can thus both benefit from creating a preserve in the western part of JDSF.


    On Jun 20, 2021, at 9:21 PM, Anna Marie Stenberg wrote:


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  2. Thank you for this article. I support the protesters. The problem is not the loggers themselves, the problem is the lack of foresight, planning, and long term vision of the company management in charge of the logging.

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