Thursday, January 10, 2019

Green Diamond Resource Company to clearcut log near the southern edge of Redwood National Park.

PANORAMIC Photo By nthawoodz
THP 1-18-175 HUM (Pollnow Peak THP) Green Diamond Resource Company, 119 acres; 82% clearcut, 12% selection, 5% no-harvest logging. Maple Creek (HUM: T8N R1E Sec 13; T8N R2E Sec 7, 17, 18). Wet weather operations, moderate erosion hazard, steep slopes up to 65%, landslide terrain, 8 road drainage work sites, oversized units, herbicides, coho watershed, spotted owl, marbled murrelet, fisher, sharp shinned hawk, Del Norte salamander, southern torrent salamander, scattered large trees.  Estimated public comment deadline: 01/16/19. SUBMIT COMMENTS,  VIEW THP

This THP is about 7 miles NE of Trinidad, CA and Highway 101, near the southern edge of Redwood National Park at an elevation of 800 to 1,800 feet.  Green Diamond Resource Company is planning a mostly clearcut tractor and cable logging operation on steep and unstable slopes in Douglas fir and redwood forests.  There is 1 deep seated landslide terrain site in the southern portion of unit D, 2 shallow rapid landslide terrain sites in the western portion of unit E, and 1 deep seated landslide terrain site in the western portion of unit E.   Eight road drainage sites are planned for work including rocking, dip construction, ditch cleaning and culvert repair/replacement.  In 2013, a fisher was spotted inside unit E, in 2012, a sharp shinned hawk was reported .5 miles SW of unit E, and in 1999, a Del Norte salamander was found inside unit E. Southern torrent salamanders are known to occur in and immediately adjacent to unit C, and marbled murrelet habitat is located within .25 miles of unit D, and the Bl2600 Road.  A spotted owl nesting territory is located within .25 miles of unit E.


  1. Outdated practice... stop. Dangerous. You may be sued for damages resulting from irresponsible practices. You are not alone on this planet.

  2. This is NOT a clear cut this is selective cutting.
    Isn't this also private owned land doing their management and harvest. At least it helps cut back on wildfire fuel that could be harmful to the Redwood National Park during a wildfire! Sued by who Unknown, Why?, to vague to matter...