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why we are working to preserve Jackson Forest

By signing up, you will stay informed about events and decisions impacting Jackson Forest. As a member of the public, your voice is essential in helping influence the decision-makers who determine whether the forest is clear-cut or restored.

Hare Creek in Jackson Forest
Photo © Garth Hagerman

Victory! Judge overturns EIR
(posted 8/6/03)

Read the latest about logging in Jackson and the recent court action to temporarily halt the cutting.
(posted 6/18/03)

Write your legislators to help stop logging in the forest permanently.

At 50,000 acres, Jackson Forest is by far California's largest state-owned forest and the only one home to a significant percentage of second-growth redwoods.

These second-growth trees provide critical habitat for species dependent on large, older redwoods for survival.

Yet, the California Department of Forestry is continuing to log this ecological gem. Click here to find out information about Forests Forever's efforts to end large-scale commercial logging in Jackson.



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