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Sonoma County’s Old Growth Forest

As reported by the Sierra Club Redwood Chapter: Linda Perkins Would it surprise and delight you to learn that there still exists in Sonoma County – just four miles northeast of Salt Point – an ancient redwood forest of over 800 acres that has never been harvested? A stand that rivals in magnificence and beauty any redwood forest found in …

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At least for now, water bag idea bagged

Eureka Times-Standard At least for now, water bag idea bagged By John Driscoll The Times-Standard Saturday, March 15, 2003 – EUREKA — The Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District Board took a recommendation to put a proposal to ship water from the Mad River on the back burner. The unanimous vote followed the recommendation of the district’s manager, Carol Rische, who …

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Water bags a good lesson for Humboldt

Eureka Times-Standard Water bags a good lesson for Humboldt Thursday, March 6, 2003 There isn’t much else that’ll stir the pot so thoroughly these days as a bid to move the rain from here to somewhere else. We saw that clearly when Alaska-based Aqueous Corp. was sent packing after pitching a plan to ship Mad River water to points south …

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Fortuna council likes water bag idea

Eureka Times-Standard Fortuna council likes water bag idea By James Faulk The Times-Standard Thursday, February 20, 2003 – FORTUNA — The City Council heard a summary of the proposed plan to export Mad River water and gave its unanimous support to the idea in concept Tuesday night. The city has no official input on the subject because it is not …

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Water district meets Friday on Mad River water bagging proposal

Eureka Times-Standard Water district meets Friday on Mad River water bagging proposal By The Times-Standard Thursday, February 20, 2003 – The Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District will meet Friday to discuss the response it has gotten to a proposal to ship Mad River water south in giant ocean-going bags. The district has been investigating a proposal from the Alaska-based Aqueous …

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