Does Violence Again Threaten California’s Northern Wildlands?

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A tripod set up by anti-logging protesters in northern California's Emerald Triangle this summer. Photo courtesy Lear Assets Management

During the so-called “Redwood Summer” of 1990, a conflict between anti-logging groups and timber companies was marred by violence. Nearly three decades later, even as the state’s pristine forests are threatened by fire, a new environmental battle looms—but this time privately contracted security forces are involved . . .

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