Monday, November 13, 2006

Canopy Occupations Continue in Freshwater and Nanning Creek

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 In Northern Humboldt, the Fern Gully Tree Village in the Freshwater Creek watershed is entering it's fourth year.


Eric V. Kirk said...

So is anybody actually blogging from the trees with wireless?

Anonymous said...

Hey forest defender, how about an update?