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Help Stop Caltrans Redwood Kill on Highway 101

CONSERVATIONISTS SUE CALTRANS TO PROTECT REDWOOD TREES

Caltrans Releases Final Environmental Review for Highway Project That Will Degrade Ancient Humboldt County Redwood Grove

Conservation Groups Vow Legal Challenge, Seek 100,000 Letters of Opposition

GARBERVILLE, Calif.— The California Department of Transportation has released the final Environmental Impact Report for a controversial highway-widening project that threatens to degrade the ancient redwood grove at Richardson Grove State Park and could change the rural character of Humboldt County. The Environmental Protection Information Center and the Center for Biological Diversity have vowed an all-out legal challenge of the project, and are seeking to have state and federal legislators pressure Caltrans to rescind the project.

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Thank you to the Center for Biological Diversity, to EPIC, to CaltransWatch, and all the organizations and individuals that made this possible.

Turns out Caltrans has half a billion dollars in committment to salaries for current employees -- and no particular projects for them. Hence the predatory search for projects it seems.

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