California redwood

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Synonyms for California redwood

lofty evergreen of United States coastal foothills from Oregon to Big Sur

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THE MAJESTIC CALIFORNIA redwood is among the world's tallest trees, routinely reaching heights of between 200 and 340 feet.
What remains are remoter areas blanketed with rare natives like the graceful alerce, the Southern Hemisphere's version of the California redwood.
He met an untimely death, at age 60, in January 1987 when the bicycle he was riding hit a California redwood tree, which smashed his skull.
10Final mention must go to the California redwood, one of the most majestic trees in the world and the tallest at up to 379ft.
Earth First!er Judi Bari had, like Kelly, received death threats for protesting liquidation logging of California redwood forests.
Redwood, coast redwood, Pacific redwood, California redwood, sequoia, vavona burr.
While the cast's combined age is up While the cast's combined age is up there with a California redwood, this is a film that deserves to be seen by more than just the stairlift brigade.
Julia "Butterfly" Hill, 25, who lived for two years in a Northern California redwood she dubbed "Luna," descended from the tree Dec.
Now some charge that The Gap's founder/owners, the Fisher family, are selling out their 1960s environmental ideals by logging some of the last vestiges of the California redwood forest.
Formed by Hill in 1990 to protect old growth in Big Basin, the Sempervirens Club was instrumental in the creation of the 3,800-acre California Redwood Park, which was renamed Big Basin Redwoods State Park in 1927.
Among the losses: 250-year-old cypress trees, topped; the world's largest broadleaf holly; and a giant California redwood.
California Redwood Association, 405 Enfrente Dr., #200, Novato, Calif.
Since the mid-1800s, foundry patterns have been precisely crafted of wood--first of vertical-grain California redwood and later of kiln-dried hardwoods and clear pine.
As a field representative for the California Redwood Association and, previously, the Western Wood Products Association (he's also a certified building inspector), Dave Utterback tours the country educating builders, crews, and code officials about the finer points of framing.
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