Tree-sitters continue to protect old-growth redwood trees by occupying tree-villages in Northern and Southern Humboldt. In southern Humboldt, forest defenders have been sitting in the ancient redwood "Spooner", in the Nanning Creek watershed, for about a year. It is one of the largest trees that activists have seen. They recently reported that Pacific Lumber Co. has resumed cutting of old-growth trees near the tree village. Their website is spoonerdirect.org. In Northern Humboldt, the Fern Gully Tree Village in the Freshwater Creek watershed is entering it's fourth year.