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Redwood forest in Santa Cruz Mountains preserved.
"Capping one of the most significant redwood preservation deals in the Santa Cruz Mountains over the past 20 years, the non-profit Save the Redwoods League has signed an agreement to buy 564 acres of redwood forests and other lands near the San Mateo-Santa Cruz county line (CA). The League wants to add the land to the state parks system.
Over the past three years the group has purchased the two largest remaining ancient giant sequoia forests left in private ownership in the world, the 530-acre Alder Creek property in Tulare County, and Red Hill, a 160-acre forest eight miles to the south.
The league plans to transfer both to the U.S. Forest Service over the next decade, so they can be included in the Giant Sequoia National Monument, a part of Sequoia National Forest.
Two years ago, the league also purchased the largest remaining old-growth coast redwood forest in the world, a remote 730-acre parcel on the Sonoma Coast west of Santa Rosa."
Why is this so important? About 95% of the old-growth redwoods in the world have been cut. The time is now to save the remaining redwood trees and other forests for future generations and the planet.
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Tribes create their own food laws to preserve native food sovereignty.
Indian tribes have many questions. How to save traditional agriculture but make it also commercial? How to protect agricultural heritage from GMO contamination? Can tribes sell cultures and, if so, how to make them safe for consumers?
"To protect tribal food systems, those advocates are taking the law into their own hands by writing comprehensive food codes that can be adopted by tribes and used to effectively circumvent federal food safety codes. Because tribes retain sovereignty—complicated and sometimes limited though it may be—they can assert an equal right with the federal government to establish regulations for food handling.
Food laws have become tougher, thanks to the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). Safety controls raise interesting questions in Indian Country.
Under FSMA, tribal food economies face two options: Assimilate by complying with federal law or keep tribal food products confined to the reservation."
Tribes want to protect their producers and care about intellectual property. Many tribes have a unique, traditional use of plant and animal. Without special laws the corporation could trademark and commercialize these products.
Agriculture is a way to strengthen culture and these measures help to protect tribal food systems.
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