“A people without children would face a hopeless future; a country without trees is almost as helpless; forests which are so used that they cannot renew themselves will soon vanish and with them all their benefits.”
2012 News Releases
New Forest Project to Greatly Expand Conservation of Pristine McCloud River, Water Tap to 25 Million Californians
18,100 Acres of Working Forests—including the Wild and Scenic McCloud River, a Direct Source to Lake Shasta—Will Remain as Productive Forestland and Support Local Economies while Supplying Clean Water for the State.
Bipartisan Group of California Legislators Support Bill to Protect the Park's Vulnerable Western Border
Broad Bipartisan Support to Protect the Park’s Vulnerable Western Border
April 15, 2012
Forty Groups Call on Legislators to Streamline Key Conservation Funding Program, Enabling Partnerships with Non-Profits Organizations to Reduce Costs for State Agencies