Environment

Pacific Lumber Seeks Right to Cut More Redwoods

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One of Northern California's oldest and most controversial timber companies says it needs permission to harvest more of its ancient redwoods. Pacific Lumber Company says its fate rests with its ability to cut more trees, but critics say the company's proposal threatens the local environment.

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