Operation Redwood Quest: Search for Answersby Robert S. Leiterman
Indicator species like the spotted owl and the marbled murrelet have proven to be an
When the battle to protect the ancient trees heats up, sides are chosen and lines are crossed. When difficulties disrupt plans, some people are willing to do just about anything to prove their points, even if exploiting the legendary Bigfoot compromises their beliefs and ideals.
Indicator species like the spotted owl and the marbled murrelet have proven to be an exceptional tool in regulating timber harvest along California's North Coast. But for an elite group of environmental activists, it just wasn't enough.
While a group of Bigfoot researchers probe the wilderness to prove the creature existence, others use the legend to protect thousands of privately owned forests'. Backed by media attention and public support, things run smoothly until something goes terribly wrong. The outcome takes the issues into the wilderness, one of the largest remaining continuous groves of ancient trees, and into a place where neither party ever expected to go.
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