California redwood

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

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Green Diamond Resource Company is a privately held, integrated forest products company with timberlands in Washington and California, and operates lumber manufacturing facilities in California through its subsidiary The California Redwood Company.
The company is working with a select distribution chain to promote The California Redwood Company brand at all consumer touch points.
6 percent and production in the California Redwood region increased even more.
Less than 60 hours ahead of the chain saws, federal negotiators have won a two-week reprieve for a grove of California redwood trees that have become a nationwide symbol of nature in peril.
Sheltered by a 35-foot wide, 20-foot tall sliding California Redwood clad door, the interior surfaces of the room are lined with bleached oak, indigenous to the Michigan landscape, representing the locations of NDA's two studios.
June 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The California Redwood Company announces today that it has completed the acquisition of the assets of Siskiyou Lumber Products, a California-based company specializing in remanufacturing and wholesale lumber distribution.
Production in the California Redwood region will experience the steepest declines, with volumes totaling just 800 million board feet by 2008 - almost 25 percent lower than 2005 totals.
Working with The California Redwood Company, we're able to help homeowners design their dream deck and then confidently work with a contractor to make that dream a reality.
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.
The artful piece, made of California redwood," Hentschel revealed, "is called 'Friendship.
Among the losses: 250-year-old cypress trees, topped; the world's largest broadleaf holly; and a giant California redwood.
The study provides broadband providers, telecommunications carriers, service providers, elected officials, and other interested parties with precisely the kind of hard data on people, places, and technology needed to propose and implement effective solutions to the networking problems facing the California Redwood coast.
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.
The winery, whose name pays homage to the iconic California redwood trees, has made a donation to plant a total of 35,000 trees to support the nonprofit conservation and education group in its mission of inspiring people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees.
Julia "Butterfly" Hill, 25, who lived for two years in a Northern California redwood she dubbed "Luna," descended from the tree Dec.
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