On the morning of 1st August,2020, a 39-year-old man fell from approximately 100 ft. The accident happened near the Nobe Young Falls, Sequoia National Forest, in the rural Tulare County. Fortunately, the sheriff’s and the deputies of the Tulare County were present to help the man. According to the spokeswoman for the sheriff; Liz Jones,… Read More 100 ft fall near Sequoia National Forest waterfall
Sequoia and King Canyon national parks have removed all mentions of the Confederate General Robert E. Lee from their parklands and materials countrywide. Protests have had success, at least in this regard, of taking down public monuments that have honored figures that were associated with slavery. Many protests bring the point that National Parks are… Read More Removal of Monument in National Parks
Whether you are building a deck or just buying a nightstand, your purchase can have an impact on forests and people thousands of miles away. Your money could support a sustainable community initiative on the rainforest’s edge or it could contribute to continued impoverishment of families in Latin America or deforestation in Southeast Asia. For… Read More 5 best places to get the wood for your next project
Since 1940, The Rouch Family had been proud owners of the 530-acre of land that is home to about 483 trees and goes by the name of Alder Creek. The place is the largest remaining forest of the Sequoia trees in the world. And although Alder Creek was the private property of the Rouch’s, the… Read More Conservation Group to Buy Largest Private Sequoia Forest
Sequoiadendron giganteum also known as Giant Sequoia is a sole living specie in the genus Sequoiadendron. It is one of three species of coniferous tress known as redwood. Giant sequoia specimens are one of the most massive tress on earth. Giant Sequoia naturally occurs only in groves on the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada.… Read More How do Sequoias survive wildfires?
Sequoias are the world’s most massive trees. They are located on the western slope of California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains. They are one of the most ancient trees in the world. They are more than 3000 years old. They belong to one of the three members, classified in the family Cupressaceae, in the subfamily Sequoioideae. Nowadays the sequoia is… Read More The Fight to Save Sequoias