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CALIFORNIA-FIRE
RTSJLTD
July 25, 2016
The morning sun appears through the smoke above a grove of redwood trees threatened by the Soberanes...
PALO COLORADO, UNITED STATES
The morning sun appears above a grove of redwood trees threatened by the Soberanes Fire in the Palo Colorado...
The morning sun appears through the smoke above a grove of redwood trees threatened by the Soberanes Fire in the evacuated Palo Colorado area north of Big Sur, California, U.S. July 25, 2016. REUTERS/Michael Fiala
TECH-UNPLUGGING/
RTR3V1HA
June 21, 2014
Signs on a giant Redwood tree alongside the entry road prepare arriving campers for their tech-free experience...
NAVARRO, UNITED STATES
Signs on a giant Redwood tree alongside the entry road prepare campers for Camp Grounded in Navarro,...
Signs on a giant Redwood tree alongside the entry road prepare arriving campers for their tech-free experience at Camp Grounded in Navarro, California June 20, 2014. Camp Grounded, now in its second year, offers hyperconnected attendees a brief respite from the incessant noise of Facebook, Twitter and a plethora of other media relentlessly battling for their attention. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
TECH-UNPLUGGING/
RTR3V1H7
June 21, 2014
A sign on a giant Redwood tree alongside the entry road prepares arriving campers for their tech-free...
NAVARRO, UNITED STATES
A sign on a giant Redwood tree alongside the entry road prepares campers for Camp Grounded in Navarro,...
A sign on a giant Redwood tree alongside the entry road prepares arriving campers for their tech-free experience at Camp Grounded in Navarro, California June 20, 2014. Camp Grounded, now in its second year, offers hyperconnected attendees a brief respite from the incessant noise of Facebook, Twitter and a plethora of other media relentlessly battling for their attention. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
TECH-UNPLUGGING/
RTR3V1H6
June 21, 2014
A sign on a giant Redwood tree alongside the entry road prepares arriving campers for their tech-free...
NAVARRO, UNITED STATES
A sign on a giant Redwood tree alongside the entry road prepares campers for Camp Grounded in Navarro,...
A sign on a giant Redwood tree alongside the entry road prepares arriving campers for their tech-free experience at Camp Grounded in Navarro, California June 20, 2014. Camp Grounded, now in its second year, offers hyperconnected attendees a brief respite from the incessant noise of Facebook, Twitter and a plethora of other media relentlessly battling for their attention. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR3UCM2
June 18, 2014
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows the damage from redwood burl poaching in Orick, California...
Orick, UNITED STATES
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows the damage from redwood burl poaching in Orick, California...
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows the damage from redwood burl poaching in Orick, California June 3, 2014. Redwood burls are reproductive growths on the tree that can sprout clones and are highly sought after for their unique grain patterns popular in high end furniture and artwork. Recent poaching for redwood burls in the Redwood National Park and Northern California State Parks forced officials to close the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway, a ten mile drive through the old growth Redwood forest, after sunset, according to the National Park Service. Picture taken June 3, 2014. REUTERS/Nick Adams (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA/
RTR3UCGB
June 17, 2014
Details of the 115 cubic feet cut off from an old-growth Redwood tree by poachers near Orick, California...
Orick, UNITED STATES
Details of the 115 cubic feet cut off from an old-growth Redwood tree by poachers near Orick, California...
Details of the 115 cubic feet cut off from an old-growth Redwood tree by poachers near Orick, California June 3, 2014. Two men, Danny Garcia and Larry Morrow, pled guilty on May 27, 2014 to felony vandalism in the case, reported local media. Redwood burls are reproductive growths on the tree that can sprout clones and are highly sought after for their unique grain patterns popular in high end furniture and artwork. Recent poaching for redwood burls in the Redwood National Park and Northern California State Parks forced officials to close the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway, a ten mile drive through the old growth Redwood forest, after sunset, according to the National Park Service. Picture taken June 3, 2014. REUTERS/Nick Adams (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CRIME LAW)
USA/
RTR3UCG2
June 17, 2014
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows a massive 115 cubic feet cut off an old-growth redwood...
Orick, UNITED STATES
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows the massive 115 cubic feet cut off an old-growth redwood...
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows a massive 115 cubic feet cut off an old-growth redwood tree by poachers, near Orick, California June 3, 2014. Two men, Danny Garcia and Larry Morrow, pled guilty on May 27, 2014 to felony vandalism in the case, reported local media. Redwood burls are reproductive growths on the tree that can sprout clones and are highly sought after for their unique grain patterns popular in high end furniture and artwork. Recent poaching for redwood burls in the Redwood National Park and Northern California State Parks forced officials to close the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway, a ten mile drive through the old growth Redwood forest, after sunset, according to the National Park Service. Picture taken June 3, 2014. REUTERS/Nick Adams (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CRIME LAW)
USA/
RTR3UCFB
June 17, 2014
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny heads into a grove of redwoods off Highway 101 outside of Orick,...
Orick, UNITED STATES
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny heads into a grove of redwoods off Highway 101 outside of Orick,...
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny heads into a grove of redwoods off Highway 101 outside of Orick, California June 3, 2014. Redwood burls are reproductive growths on the tree that can sprout clones and are highly sought after for their unique grain patterns popular in high end furniture and artwork. Recent poaching for redwood burls in the Redwood National Park and Northern California State Parks forced officials to close the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway, a ten mile drive through the old growth Redwood forest, after sunset, according to the National Park Service. Picture taken June 3, 2014. REUTERS/Nick Adams (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA/
RTR3UCFA
June 17, 2014
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows one of the eighteen cuts made on a thousand-year-old Redwood...
Orick, UNITED STATES
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows one of the eighteen cuts made on a thousand-year-old Redwood...
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows one of the eighteen cuts made on a thousand-year-old Redwood tree outside of Orick, California June 3, 2014. The largest of the cuts was six feet by three feet; cuts can put the tree at risk for disease and infection. Redwood burls are reproductive growths on the tree that can sprout clones and are highly sought after for their unique grain patterns popular in high end furniture and artwork. Recent poaching for redwood burls in the Redwood National Park and Northern California State Parks forced officials to close the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway, a ten mile drive through the old growth Redwood forest, after sunset, according to the National Park Service. Picture taken June 3, 2014. REUTERS/Nick Adams (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-REDWOOD/CALIFORNIA
RTR3H562
March 14, 2014
A group of women gather below a rare albino redwood tree in Cotati, California March 14, 2014. A group...
COTATI, UNITED STATES
A group of women gather below a rare albino redwood tree in Cotat
A group of women gather below a rare albino redwood tree in Cotati, California March 14, 2014. A group of preservasionists is fighting to keep the rare albino redwood, one of just 10 trees of its kind known to exist, from being chopped down to make way for a new commuter rail system. The tree was planted by Pete Tapian, whose daughters Donna Ramirez (L), Shirley Silva (2nd L) and Mary Fallif (R) are joined by Louise Santero (2nd R), who watched the tree grow from her home across the street. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
USA-REDWOOD/CALIFORNIA
RTR3H561
March 14, 2014
A man snaps a photograph of rare albino redwood tree in Cotati, California March 14, 2014. A group...
COTATI, UNITED STATES
A man snaps a photograph of rare albino redwood tree in Cotati
A man snaps a photograph of rare albino redwood tree in Cotati, California March 14, 2014. A group of preservasionists is fighting to keep the rare albino redwood, one of just 10 trees of its kind known to exist, from being chopped down to make way for a new commuter rail system. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
USA-REDWOOD/CALIFORNIA
RTR3H560
March 14, 2014
A budding female cone is pictured on a rare albino redwood tree in Cotati, California March 14, 2014....
COTATI, UNITED STATES
A budding female cone is pictured on a rare albino redwood tree in Cotat
A budding female cone is pictured on a rare albino redwood tree in Cotati, California March 14, 2014. A group of preservasionists is fighting to keep the rare albino redwood, one of just 10 trees of its kind known to exist, from being chopped down to make way for a new commuter rail system REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
USA-REDWOOD/CALIFORNIA
RTR3H55Y
March 14, 2014
A rare albino redwood tree is pictured next to railroad tracks in Cotati, California March 14, 2014....
COTATI, UNITED STATES
A rare albino redwood tree is pictured next to railroad tracks in Cotati
A rare albino redwood tree is pictured next to railroad tracks in Cotati, California March 14, 2014. A group of preservasionists is fighting to keep the rare albino redwood, one of just 10 trees of its kind known to exist, from being chopped down to make way for a new commuter rail system. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
USA-REDWOOD/CALIFORNIA
RTR3H55Q
March 14, 2014
A mark showing where a rare albino redwood tree would be cut is pictured in Cotati, California March...
COTATI, UNITED STATES
A mark showing where a rare albino redwood tree would be cut is pictured in Cotat
A mark showing where a rare albino redwood tree would be cut is pictured in Cotati, California March 14, 2014. A group of preservasionists is fighting to keep the rare albino redwood, one of just 10 trees of its kind known to exist, from being chopped down to make way for a new commuter rail system. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
USA-REDWOOD/CALIFORNIA
RTR3H55O
March 14, 2014
A bicyclist pedals near a rare albino redwood tree in Cotati, California March 14, 2014. A group of preservasionists...
COTATI, UNITED STATES
A bicyclist pedals near a rare albino redwood tree in Cotati
A bicyclist pedals near a rare albino redwood tree in Cotati, California March 14, 2014. A group of preservasionists is fighting to keep the rare albino redwood, one of just 10 trees of its kind known to exist, from being chopped down to make way for a new commuter rail system. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
USA-REDWOOD/CALIFORNIA
RTR3H55N
March 14, 2014
Arborist Tom Stapleton is pictured near a rare albino redwood tree in Cotati, California March 14, 2014....
COTATI, UNITED STATES
Arborist Tom Stapleton is pictured near a rare albino redwood tree in Cotati
Arborist Tom Stapleton is pictured near a rare albino redwood tree in Cotati, California March 14, 2014. Stapleton is spearheading an effort by preservasionists fighting to keep the rare albino redwood, one of just 10 trees of its kind known to exist, from being chopped down to make way for a new commuter rail system. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
CALIFORNIA-FIRES/
RTX7QCF
July 07, 2008
A group of Colorado firefighters work to control a hot spot on a redwood tree during a wildfire in Big...
BIG SUR, UNITED STATES
Firefighters contain hot spots in Big Sur wildfire
A group of Colorado firefighters work to control a hot spot on a redwood tree during a wildfire in Big Sur, California July 7, 2008. Fire crews have managed to defend the village of Big Sur but the fire is only 11 percent contained and is expected to rage until the end of July. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CALIFORNIA-FIRES/
RTX7PDL
July 06, 2008
A firefighter watches over a backfire set in a redwood forest along Highway 1 during a massive wildfire...
BIG SUR, UNITED STATES
Firefighter watches smoldering remains of backfire during massive wildfire in Big Sur
A firefighter watches over a backfire set in a redwood forest along Highway 1 during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 6, 2008. Fire crews have successfully defended the village of Big Sur but have been able to contain only 5 percent of Basin Complex blaze, which has destroyed about 20 homes. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CALIFORNIA-FIRES/
RTX7OCB
July 05, 2008
A log from a redwood tree burns during a wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5, 2008. Fire crews have...
BIG SUR, UNITED STATES
Redwood log burns during wildfire in Big Sur
A log from a redwood tree burns during a wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5, 2008. Fire crews have successfully defended the village of Big Sur but have been able to contain only 5 percent of Basin Complex blaze, which has destroyed about 20 homes. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CALIFORNIA-FIRES/
RTX7O4Y
July 05, 2008
A firefighter works to contain a blaze in a redwood forest during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California...
BIG SUR, UNITED STATES
Firefighter works to contain blaze in redwood forest during wildfire in Big Sur
A firefighter works to contain a blaze in a redwood forest during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5, 2008. Fire crews have been battling a siege of more than 1,000 blazes in California that have blackened nearly a half million acres across the state since lightning storms in early June ignited drought- and disease-plagued brush and trees. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CALIFORNIA-FIRES/
RTX7O4S
July 05, 2008
Firefighters await deployment to a burning redwood forest during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California...
BIG SUR, UNITED STATES
Firefighters await deployment to burning redwood forest during wildfire in Big Sur
Firefighters await deployment to a burning redwood forest during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5, 2008. Fire crews have been battling a siege of more than 1,000 blazes in California that have blackened nearly a half million acres across the state since lightning storms in early June ignited drought- and disease-plagued brush and trees. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CALIFORNIA-FIRES/
RTX7O4M
July 05, 2008
A firefighter carries a chainsaw through a charred redwood forest during a massive wildfire in Big Sur,...
BIG SUR, UNITED STATES
Firefighter carries chainsaw through charred redwood forest during wildfire in Big Sur
A firefighter carries a chainsaw through a charred redwood forest during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5, 2008. Fire crews have been battling a siege of more than 1,000 blazes in California that have blackened nearly a half million acres across the state since lightning storms in early June ignited drought- and disease-plagued brush and trees. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CALIFORNIA-FIRES/
RTX7O4J
July 05, 2008
A redwood tree burns from the inside during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5, 2008. ...
BIG SUR, UNITED STATES
Redwood tree burns during wildfire in Big Sur
A redwood tree burns from the inside during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5, 2008. Fire crews have been battling a siege of more than 1,000 blazes in California that have blackened nearly a half million acres across the state since lightning storms in early June ignited drought- and disease-plagued brush and trees. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CALIFORNIA-FIRES/
RTX7O4H
July 05, 2008
Firefighters tend to a burning redwood tree during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5,...
BIG SUR, UNITED STATES
Firefighters extinguish burning redwood tree during wildfire in Big Sur
Firefighters tend to a burning redwood tree during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5, 2008. Fire crews have been battling a siege of more than 1,000 blazes in California that have blackened nearly a half million acres across the state since lightning storms in early June ignited drought- and disease-plagued brush and trees. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CALIFORNIA-FIRES/
RTX7O44
July 05, 2008
A firefighter heads to a burning redwood tree during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5,...
BIG SUR, UNITED STATES
Firefighter heads to burning redwood tree during wildfire in Big Sur
A firefighter heads to a burning redwood tree during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5, 2008. Fire crews have been battling a siege of more than 1,000 blazes in California that have blackened nearly a half million acres across the state since lightning storms in early June ignited drought- and disease-plagued brush and trees. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CALIFORNIA-FIRES/
RTX7O41
July 05, 2008
A firefighter extinguishes flames from the base of a redwood tree during a massive wildfire in Big Sur,...
BIG SUR, UNITED STATES
Firefighters attempt to control flames during wildfire in Big Sur
A firefighter extinguishes flames from the base of a redwood tree during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5, 2008. Fire crews have been battling a siege of more than 1,000 blazes in California that have blackened nearly a half million acres across the state since lightning storms in early June ignited drought- and disease-plagued brush and trees. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CALIFORNIA-FIRES/
RTX7O3Y
July 05, 2008
A firefighter extinguishes a log from a redwood tree during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California...
BIG SUR, UNITED STATES
Firefighter works to control wildfire in Big Sur
A firefighter extinguishes a log from a redwood tree during a massive wildfire in Big Sur, California July 5, 2008. Fire crews have been battling a siege of more than 1,000 blazes in California that have blackened nearly a half million acres across the state since lightning storms in early June ignited drought- and disease-plagued brush and trees. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
WEF
RTXL1E4
February 01, 2002
Activists from the group "Save the Redwoods/Boycott the Gap Campaign" roll the stump of a Redwood tree...
New York, USA
Activists from the group "Save the Redwoods/Boycott the Gap Campaign" roll the stump of a Redwood tr.....
Activists from the group "Save the Redwoods/Boycott the Gap Campaign" roll the stump of a Redwood tree to their protest outside a Gap store on New York's Fifth Avenue as New York City police officers look on, during the meeting of the World Economic Forum, February 1, 2002. The group claims the Fisher family, which owns the Gap, also logs Redwood forests.
FORUM
RTR11I6
February 01, 2002
Activists from the group "Save the Redwoods/Boycott the Gap Campaign"
roll the stump of a Redwood tree...
New York, United States of America
ACTIVISTS ROLL REDWOOD TREE STUMP OUTSIDE GAP STORE IN NEW YORK.
Activists from the group "Save the Redwoods/Boycott the Gap Campaign"
roll the stump of a Redwood tree to their protest outside a Gap store
on New York's Fifth Avenue as New York City police officers look on,
during the meeting of the World Economic Forum, February 1, 2002. The
group claims the Fisher family, which owns the Gap, also logs Redwood
forests. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

BS/HK
RTRDRG6
December 10, 1997
TO GO WITH STORY BC-ENVIRONMENT-TREE - Julia "Butterfly" Hill's tree house is seen perched on a redwood...
multiple countries
TO GO WITH STORY BC ENVIRONMENT TREE.
TO GO WITH STORY BC-ENVIRONMENT-TREE - Julia "Butterfly" Hill's tree house is seen perched on a redwood tree one-hundred and eighty feet above the ground near Stafford, California, April 18. Hill has endured wicked El Nino storms and harassment by lumber jacks since she occupied the tree December 10, 1997. She has been perched atop the ancient tree to save it from the chain saws of Pacific Lumber company.

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