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  • Protests from the (tree)top down

    A new film, "Tree-Sit: The Art of Resistance," documents years of protests against clear-cut logging in Northern California's Headwaters Forest.

  • A price tag for protest

    The Oregon Department of Forestry wants to charge protesters for timber that can't be cut in forests such as the Tillamook, where tree-sitting activists have held longtime protests.

  • Quincy collaboration heads to court

    The Quincy Library Group plans a lawsuit to challenge the Sierra Nevada Framework, which the group says has "killed" its own collaborative plan for national forest management.

  • The timber sale that won't die

    The Eagle Creek timber sale in Mount Hood National Forest near Portland, Ore., is a mecca for protesters, but some say the sale is environmentally sound, and the protests are much ado about nothing.

  • Tagging a protest

    The AZ NoFee Coalition is protesting the user fee demonstration program in the Red Rock area of Coconino National Forest in Arizona.

  • Protesters rock roadless area hearings

    Environmentalists in favor of roadless area protection and loggers and ORVers against it both gather in Missoula, Mont., to give the Forest Service their opinion.

  • Chainsaws fall silent in Cove-Mallard

    Protests and chainsaws in Idaho's controversial roadless Cove-Mallard area have both stopped since new Nez Perce National Forest Supervisor Bruce Bernhardt announced that six unsold timber sales planned for the area would remain unsold.

  • Julia Butterfly won't come down

    Activist Julia "Butterfly" Hill has lived for more than a year in a 1,000-year-old redwood near Stafford, Calif., to protest the cutting of old-growth trees.

  • An activist dies in the forest

    Pacific Lumber and Earth First! argue over who is responsible for the death of activist David Chain, killed by a falling tree in a protest on California's Headwaters Forest.

  • Longtime foes practice ritual combat in an Idaho forest

    The writer goes to central Idaho to visit the heart of the longest-standing Earth First! demonstration, protesting the Cove-Mallard timber sale.

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