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Plan To Log Century-Old Redwood Trees On California Coast Prompts Lawsuit Threat

by Associated Press, Thursday, July 14, 2016

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Opponents of a logging plan that includes century-old redwood trees have notified California forestry officials that they plan to sue unless the state rescinds its approval of the project.

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The groups says the “Dogwood” timber harvest plan along the lower Gualala River will degrade floodplain habitat for plants and wildlife, and argue that the state didn’t adequately study that before approving the plan.

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