Happening now at the Camp 1 entrance:
Protestors are blocking gates to prevent the logging of their public lands. The Red Tail timber harvest plan is in and around the largest campground in the 50,000 acre state owned forest.
CAL FIRE Jackson Demonstration State Forest manages our land as a commercial timber operation while ignoring and refuting the science that says they shouldn’t.
This timber harvest plan sits on the Noyo River, a river that is habitat for endangered fish species and is already 303 (d) listed because of its excess sediment and temperature caused by logging. Despite this, JDSF has logged well over a thousand acres in this watershed over the past 2 years with hundreds of acres ongoing, and hundreds of acres proposed for later this year.
This mismanagement of our public resources cannot continue! Protest and make your voices heard!
Go to savejackson.org to learn more