Calif. Forest Hailed as Model for New Management Paradigm

Greenwire: Walking through towering redwoods here in the mountains hugging Northern California's coast, the average person wouldn't know they were in the midst of a "working" forest. The spongy ground is covered with tree litter, sword ferns and soft moss. The dense tree canopy blocks out most of the light filtering through the cool morning mist. Huckleberry bushes grow on old stumps and downed trees. Looking around the stand, Laurie Wayburn, co-founder of the Pacific Forest Trust, which manages this 2,200-acre......

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