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Fall 2009 Newsletter

Community Outreach
by Art Harwood, Executive Director

Art Harwood
Art Harwood
Executive Director of RFFI

The October issue of National Geographic will feature an article of great interest to anyone who cares about the redwood region.

The "Redwood Transect" will comprehensively look at the status of the redwood forest and its communities. RFFI is particularly excited by this opportunity to focus public interest on crafting a strategic rehabilitation plan, that integrates RFFI's founding principles, the Three E's: Environmental integrity, Economic viability and social Equity. We look forward to actively engaging to develop a "Marshall Plan for the Redwoods."

RFFI is convening a group of regional stakeholders and leaders to drive this effort. We know that an effective plan means engaging many people with different perspectives. We hope that through this planning effort, we will demonstrate what communities can accomplish by collaborating, and we will create a model for others to emulate. We will update our website regularly regarding activities and developments and hope you will get involved.

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