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Letter from hydrologist Greg Kamman re: “Dogwood” logging plan

Letter from hydrologist Greg Kamman on the recirculated “Dogwood” logging plan in the floodplain of the Gualala River (December, 2015):

Comments by Greg Kamman on THP-01-15-042SON-Dogwood
Comments by Greg Kamman on THP-01-15-042SON-Dogwood

Brief excerpt:

“Given the Gualala River is a sediment and temperature impaired waterway, it is my opinion that State resources agencies should not approve the Dogwood THP until it can demonstrate that proposed timber harvest actions will not lead to increases in sediment loads, degraded riparian microclimates, and the associated impacts to the Gualala River ecosystem.”

Read the complete Comments by Greg Kamman on THP-01-15-042SON-Dogwood.