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Cal Fire agrees to logging of redwoods on Lower Gualala River

Published Monday July 4

Cal Fire has granted final approval to a contentious timber harvest plan that includes logging century-old redwood trees along the lower Gualala River, though environmental advocates who object may challenge it.

The 330-acre “Dogwood” harvest plan had been subjected to a rare 3 rounds of public review and comment before being given a green light Fri by the state fire and forestry agency, which pronounced the final version in full conformance with state rules.

Forester Henry Alden, a spokesman for Gualala Redwood Timber Incorporated which acquired the land last year, commented logging would begin this summer — and soon — barring outside interference.

Article length: About 450 words.
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