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Save the Redwoods League to Protect "Crown Jewel" of the Remaining Giant Sequoia Forests
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They told me that SRL had ignored their concerns and was worthless in this effort. I wrote many emails to SRL regarding my concerns over their lack of involvement in helping save Richardson Grove State Park and the old-growth redwoods.
After some time, I finally received a response from SRL--basically, they told me they are not an "advocacy organization" and that their board had decided not to oppose the project because no old-growth redwoods would be cut down. SRL's lack of involvement in the effort to save the old-growth redwoods that live in Richardson Grove State Park is difficult to fathom.
And, regardless of whether old-growth redwoods will be cut down, their long-term health will be put in jeopardy by this project. Considering that only 2.
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I pointed out my concerns to SRL and said that, essentially, they had become an advocate for the road project, because the arborist they hired, Dennis Yniguez, who wrote a terribly weak and unscientific report, stated the impacts from the road project would not cause significant impacts, even though others in the fields of botany, horticulture and redwood science have stated that the project poses great threats to these trees.
So, unbelievable as it may seem, SRL, which is supposed to be a charitable organization that saves redwood trees is, instead, advocating for a road project that could do irreparable harm to one of the last remaining stands of old-growth redwoods in California.
It was as if they could care less what I thought or that I would take such drastic measures. In my opinion, a reporter needs to do some investigative reporting on Save the Redwoods League, as I smell a rat!