Muir Woods National Monument is twelve miles north of San Francisco, and part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. It is one of the few old growth coastal redwood forests still remaining in the area, thanks to the conservation efforts of Congressman William Kent and President Teddy Roosevelt declaring it a national monument in 1908. 549 more words
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The Questionnaire phase of FORESTS and CO is now over.
FORESTS and CO is a collaborative project in which forest researchers and experts work together to make relevant, European-scale analysis on the potential trade-offs between multiple objectives of forest management. 456 more words