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While Fay's message is sometimes dire, "This planet is in peril," he sees signs of hope in a new form of forestry that is developing on the North Coast.
This is an opportunity to talk with Mike and view his slides, which reveal the condition of North Coast forests and streams and the hidden world at the top of 370-foot redwoods - a vibrant ecosystem alive in the redwood canopy. Fay is advocating with public officials, commercial interests and the region's residents for a Marshall Plan for the redwood region.
This is an opportunity for you to decide how you want to be involved in the environmental and economic revitalization of the redwood region.
Sponsored by the Redwood Forest Foundation and Gualala Arts.
The Redwood Forest Foundation (RFFI) conserves working forestlands as a way to protect biodiversity, mitigate climate change, improve the local economy and achieve social equity. Together with local residents, key corporate and public partners, they purchase, protect, restore, manage and conserve the forest and will use the eventual profits from sustainable timber production for the long term public benefit of the local residents. RFFI purchased the Usal Redwood Forest, a working community forest in Mendocino County in 2007. For more information visit
The Gualala Arts Center, located at 46501 Gualala Road in Gualala, CA,