Monday Apr 14
Once upon a time in a Humboldt County redwood forest...
"The Ghost Forest: Radicals and Real Estate in the California Redwoods," a personal history of the ancient redwood ecosystem and the struggles to protect it, will be presented by Humboldt County author-activist Greg King at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the Kate Buchanan Room at Humboldt State University in Arcata.
Camp hosts sought for Six Rivers campgrounds
Are you looking for an opportunity to spend the summer in the forest on the Smith River, meeting campers in the national forest? Six River National Forest is looking for volunteers to fill campground host positions this summer in three of the five campgrounds on the Smith River National Recreation Area/Gasquet Ranger District.
Study finds Caltrans a out of step with the times'; Richardson Grove start date pushed back
An independent review recently released by the California State Transportation Agency has concluded that the California Department of Transportation, better known as Caltrans, is out of step with the times and in need of major changes.
Injunction Sought to Halt Unnecessary Caltrans Highway-widening in Smith River Canyon
CRESCENT CITY, Calif.- Conservation groups filed for a preliminary injunction in federal court on March 20 to halt construction of a Caltrans highway-widening project that would harm threatened coho salmon runs and undermine public safety along the wild and scenic Smith River Canyon in California's remote Del Norte County.
Fishing the North Coast: Plenty of weekend options for late-season...
Most of the rivers are still green and have plenty of water -- along with plenty of steelhead.