Four years after Caltrans began planning to widen Highway 101 through Richardson Grove State Park, EPIC and our allies secured a Preliminary Injunction in Federal Court, temporarily halting the project. The summary judgment hearing in Federal Court will be on February 23, 2012. In addition to a legal strategy in both state and federal court to protect the famed old growth redwoods, a broad coalition of community activists has organized a public campaign to underscore the growing movement forming to protect this stand of ancient trees. Click here to send a letter to Governor Brown and your District Legislators (updated 12/20/11). Please consider donating to our Richardson Grove Fund or getting involved in our Save Richardson Grove Campaign.
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