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The Last Private Old-Growth Redwood Forest in the U.S.

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HUNDREDS OF ENVIRONMENTALISTS GATHERED YESTERDAY IN ARCATA, CALIFORNIA TO PROTEST A DEAL REACHED TO ALLEGEDLY PROTECT THE LAST PRIVATE OLD-GROWTH REDWOOD FOREST IN THE U.S. THE DEAL WAS REACHED LATE FRIDAY AFTER WEEKS OF CLOSED DOOR NEGOTIATIONSENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISTS SAY ITS A SWEETHEART DEAL FOR PACIFIC LUMBER COMPANY’S CHARLES HURWITZ, THE TEXAS FINANCIER WHO OWNS THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF ANCIENT FORESTS NORTH OF SAN FRANCISCO

GUEST: CECILIA LANMAN OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION INFORMATION CENTER (EPIC)

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