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Introduction to the Redwood Forest Foundation

"We think this is the future of forest ownership. These forests will not stay intact very much longer unless something changes dramatically. If we can make this work here, then we're creating a blueprint that should work anywhere."
- Art Harwood, CEO, RFFI

This 15 minute video (in DVD format) will introduce you to RFFI's goals and concepts through the eyes of some of our diverse board members and local supporters. We designed this video with the aim of using it to stimulate conversation among fellow community members, and to motivate people to get involved with RFFI in their local communities. Purchase of the DVD not only helps RFFI financially, but most importantly, furthers our mission of community education and participation.

To order a copy of the DVD, please send a check for $10 to:
Heidi Knott, P.O. Box 589, Philo, CA 95466.

See also:
Clark Fork Restoration Clark Fork Restoration   - video
Restoration of the Clark Fork tributary of Standley Creek, which flows into the South Fork Eel River, in the Usal Redwood Forest. Removal of an old "stringer bridge," August 2009.

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