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“Robinson Terrace” Timber Harvest Plan

THP 1-07-067 MEN Table of Contents THP Overview map THP documents (annotated index) THP Quotes re: Development Gualala Town Plan & Zoning THP Approval by CDF  –  9/28/07 Official Response to Public Comments 0.3 MB pdf Information sources THP Documents – CDF website Gualala Town Plan – County website Mendocino Coastal Zoning Code – County website Letters Friends of the …

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Gualala Redwoods seeks development partner

According to the Delta Pacific, Inc. website: “. . . Gualala Redwoods, Inc. is seeking a joint venture development partner for its Gualala Village tract. . . . The [58 acre] tract gently slopes to a flat parcel of ocean plateau land with a beautiful bluff overlooking Highway One, the Pacific Ocean, and the estuary at the mouth of Gualala …

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Forestry: Letters

Friends of the Gualala River protects the Gualala River watershed in Northern California and the species living within it.

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Old-growth redwood logs

Friends of the Gualala River protects the Gualala River watershed in Northern California and the species living within it.

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CA Supreme Court upholds county logging rules

by Genevieve Bookwalter, Santa Cruz Sentinel staff writer, June 30, 2006 [excerpt:] … The 4-3 decision in favor of Santa Cruz County over Davenport-based Big Creek Lumber grants a local government the power to restrict timber operations to certain areas. Historically, logging was under the purview of the state; the court’s ruling validates Santa Cruz County’s 7-year-old law regulating where …

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Gualala planning council members take a tour of working forests

A version of this article was published in the Independent Coast Observer on September 2, 2005. By Julie Verran Courtesy Independent Coast Observer, Gualala, CA Working timberlands producing redwood and Douglas fir are part of the coastal community here. On Tuesday, members of the Gualala River Watershed Council took members of the Gualala Municipal Advisory Council on a forest tour …

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