Coalition to Save Jackson
The People’s Forest

Why Is California Logging Sacred Lands?
Jackson Demonstration State Forest (JDSF) is a 48,652-acre state owned coast
redwood forest located in Mendocino County. CalFire manages the land as an industrial
timberland, routinely cutting large, old redwoods. The Save Jackson State Forest
Coalition is committed to following Indigenous leadership and works to change the mandate of JDSF from industrial logging to Indigenous Land Management that will benefit all Californians.

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Lately: Making our Case at the CA Board of Forestry

The Coaliton Presentation at the CA Board of Forestry

Members of the Coalition to Save Jackson State Forest made an agendized presentation to the CA Board of Forestry and Fire Protection in Sacramento for over an hour on December…

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