5 Reasons This Clearcut Nearly Half a Million Trees Is a Horrible Idea

EcoWatch: The largest San Francisco Bay Area forest clearcut in 100 years will begin in August. An estimated 450,000 healthy, mature trees in the Oakland and Berkeley hills and county parklands will be cut down and chopped into logs and piles of wood chips. Included in the deforestation plan: 325 acres of trees in Tilden Regional Park 200 acres of trees in Anthony Chabot Regional Park 152 acres of trees in Claremont Canyon Preserve 162 acres of trees in Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve 112......

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