Saturday, May 10, 2008

Save Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park!




Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has proposed closing 48 of California's State Parks, including Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park here in Humboldt. This would be a terrible loss for people everywhere and would make it difficult to protect this magnificent old growth forest from poachers. Over 30,000 people visit the park every year, generating nearly $60,000 in revenue for the state. Contact Arnold and ask him to keep our park open. Check out Ranger Dana Johnston's reasons to save Grizzly Creek in the Times-Standard. Also check out what you can do at savestateparks.org and calparks.org

3 comments:

John Doe #86 said...

I read today that the Gov. decided to keep Grizzly Creek park open. Hell yeah!

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M. D. Vaden of Oregon said...

Hopefully the park neither closes, nor gets acquired by the federal government.

A park has no substitute.

M. D. Vaden in the Redwoods