The initial explorations led to the formation in 2000 of
the Campaign to Restore Jackson State Redwood Forest. The Campaign initiated a
series of lawsuits that halted logging and caused the state to create a new
Environmental Impact Report and write a new management plan. The new plan set up
a broad-based Jackson Forest Advisory Group and charged it with developing a
long-term management plan for the forest. The group developed consensus
recommendations that it delivered to the Board of Forestry and Cal Fire in
January, 2011. Go to the website for the Campaign to
Restore Jackson State Redwood Forest for more information.
In addition to archives of actions and developments in the
Campaign, the website has general information
(including maps, and trails), research papers, historical documents, photos and Mendocino
Persons with more general interests in forestry issues are referred to Resource Links, which contains a large number of links
to useful sites.
Please let us know of other useful
sites and listed links that are outdated.