Caltrans intends to remove 54 trees from Richardson Grove State Park and EXCAVATE the shallow roots of 66 Ancient Redwoods along US Highway 101 up to 5 feet deep! Don't let Caltrans sacrifice our Redwood Curtain for bigger box trucks! Non-violent direct action works! We will stop this project! Contact email@example.com for non-violence and direct action training info.
Stop a Highway Project Through the Ancient Redwoods
Ask any visitor to California's North Coast who has driven the Redwood Highway north from San Francisco, and they'll be able to tell you exactly where they passed through the fabled “Redwood Curtain.” At Richardson Grove State Park, just north of the Humboldt County line, Highway 101 narrows to a two-lane road winding through a dim, lush grove of ancient redwoods. These huge trees provide crucial habitat for endangered birds like the marbled murrelet; threatened salmon and steelhead still return each year to spawn in the creeks running through the park.