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Redwood Presentation

Anderson Valley
The Mendocino Land Trust, Save the Redwoods League, and California State Parks are pleased to announce a public presentation on the historic secondary-growth redwoods of the Fritz Wonder Plot. Located 8 miles upstream of Big River, The Fritz Wonder ...

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Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the sisters behind Rodarte, move into film with 'Woodshock'

Los Angeles Times
The Mulleavy sisters grew up on the edge of an old-growth redwood forest, two girls in the shadows of trees larger than the Statue of Liberty. Their grandfather, a retired Army man, would sometimes make them march into the woods because he wanted them ...




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Local Roundup: College of Redwoods women's soccer beats Mendocino to remain undefeated

Eureka Times Standard
Ukiah >> College of the Redwoods' Emily Dahla scored a goal in each half to lead the Corsairs women's soccer team to a 2-1 over Mendocino College on Tuesday in Mendocino. Dahla scored a goal in the 18th minute to give the Corsairs a 1-0 lead they ...

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Review: Grieving Among the Redwoods in a Pretty but Dull 'Woodshock'

New York Times
The title refers to the psychological panic engendered by being lost in a forest (here played by the giant redwoods in Humboldt County, California), but Theresa (Kirsten Dunst) isn't physically disoriented, just mentally unmoored. Having helped her ...

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