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Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. (RFFI) is a non-profit organization of stakeholders, including loggers, environmentalists, community activists, foresters and others, working together to conserve forestlands and to protect biodiversity, mitigate climate change and improve the local economy in an equitable fashion...  
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Redwood Forest Foundation Newsletter: Spring 2015
Spring 2015
Newsletter

Kathy Moxon at RFFI Annual Meeting
You Are Invited!
RFFI Annual Meeting & BBQ
Saturday, July 18, 2015

Mark Welther
How We Can Be Outstanding in Our Field

RPF job announcement
RFFI is recruiting
RPF(s) / Forester(s)
North Coast Biochar logo
Biochar
Demonstration Project
Spotted Owl Babies
Green Gifts
for Any Occasion

Don Kemp
Help Sustain RFFI:
Recurring Donations

Plant a redwood
Plant a Redwood
Now

Steelhead in Usal Creek
Restoration Workshop
Presentations
2014 Annual Update
2014 Annual Update

Restoration Projects
Restoration Projects
An Illustrated Report
2012 North Fork Usal Large Woody Debris Project
Conservation Easement
Monitoring Report

Mike Fay: Redwood Transect
"Redwood Transect"
with Mike Fay

Old-growth redwood remnant in Anderson Creek, a tributary to the South Fork Eel River
RFFI featured on TNC's
CA Salmon Snapshots


RFFI at Work in the Forest

RFFI and its partners, contractors and the community are hard at work
in the Usal Redwood Forest. Learn more about these projects:

Restoration Projects
Restoration
Projects

Clark Fork Restoration
Restoration:
2009 video

Clark Fork Restoration
Restoration:
2011 video

Usal Redwood Forest project map
Project
map

Biochar plant
Biochar
Project

Usal Redwood Forest, Chimney Rock; photo credit: Richard Gienger
Conservation
Easement

RFFI Logging Operations
Logging
Operations

Ron Lincoln with Large Chinquapin
Acorn
Grove

Usal Road
Usal Road
Improvement

Usal Photo Tour
Usal
Photo Tour

Lodge Lightning Complex Wildfire
Lodge Lightning
Complex Wildfire

 
 


RFFI Appreciates Foundation Support
RFFI Thanks the Bank of America Foundation
and the Giles W and Elise Mead Foundation
for their valuable support.

 

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