Freshwater-Interview with Remedy

The first time I saw this tree I was just compelled to climb, I don't know how else to describe it. The first person sat up here for a night or two, then I came up and sat for about four days. Then I went back down to the ground. [At that point] the question I was asking myself was `What do I do? What is the most effective thing that I, personally, can do?' All indications were that I should sit in this tree, so after being on the ground for five days I came back up. That was March 21 last year. My feet haven't touched the ground since.

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Land Stewardship – Vision 2020

In 1993, Rick Klein of Ancient Forests International and Michael Evenson of the Trees Foundation proposed a plan called "Vision 2020: Restoration and Ecosystem Management" for the Bluff Creek watershed, seeking to combine the efforts and skills of sustainable forestry with native Americans and the US Forest Service.

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