Text Box: Forming ‘undercut’ notch for the felling of a Coastal Redwood giant in Santa Cruz County, CA
Text Box: ‘Fieldbrook’ Coastal Redwood tree stump, 32.15’ dbh, located in Humboldt County, CA
Text Box: ‘Crannell Creek Giant’, a Coastal Redwood (Sequoia Semperviren) located along Maple Creek in northern Humboldt County, California, and logged in 1926, was reported to have a total mass of over 70,000 cubic-feet. At 20.5’ dbh, and with a very gradual upward taper (14.1’ diameter at 234’), this 308’ tall giant was much larger than the largest still living ‘General Sherman’, a Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron Giganteum). That tree, located in ‘Sequoia National Park’ in Tulare County, California,  has a total mass of 52,513 cubic-feet.
Text Box: The ‘Father of the Forest’, circa 1901, a Coastal Redwood located in what is now ‘Big Basin Redwoods State Park’, the oldest of the California state parks
Text Box: The ‘Loma Prieta lumber company sawmill’, circa 1880’s, located along Aptos creek in ‘The Forest of Nisene Marks’, Santa Cruz County, CA
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Text Box: ‘Felled and peeled’ Coastal Redwood tree in ‘The Forest of Nisene Marks’, located in Santa Cruz County, CA
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