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Redwood Chapter Forest Protection Committee

The Forest Protection Committee works to save forests like Haupt and Jackson State and works on the reforming of the State Board of Forestry, with respect to the harvesting of both public and private forestland. It is also concerned with conversions of forest to other uses. Private and corporate interests are increasingly targeting coastal redwood forestland in Northern California for clear cutting to make way for extensive new vineyard and development projects. Once the redwood forests and their ecologies are destroyed, they will be lost forever.

Information on broad Sierra Club forestry policies can be found here.

Information on our Forest Protection Committee campaigns can be found here.

How are we effective? The Forest Protection Committee is backed by 11,000 Sierra Club members strong. We are a political force.

"Worse Than a Clearcut "

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The new Sonoma County Environmental Center is located at 55A Ridgway Avenue in Santa Rosa (West of the 101 Freeway, two blocks North of College and 1 1/2 blocks West off of Cleveland Ave, South of Coddingtown).

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