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The Forest Stewardship Council: “The gold standard of forest management”

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It’s a fact that Humboldt Redwood comes from forests that have been certified as well-managed by the Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC®). But what exactly is behind this environmentally significant qualification? During the past 20 years, the Forest Stewardship Council has established itself as the most rigorous and well respected standard for forest management in the

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Building Beautiful Backyards: Landscaping Design Trends

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If creating a beautiful backyard haven for relaxing, entertaining and recreation is an important goal for you, Humboldt Redwood can help you realize your dreams.  The process of gathering ideas, planning and building can be challenging, but some basic know-how can turn it into a very rewarding experience. In the planning stages, keep in mind

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Coast Redwood Forests in a Changing California: A Symposium for Scientists and Managers

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Humboldt Redwood Company is one of the many companies and organizations sponsoring the upcoming Redwood Science Symposium at the University of California in Santa Cruz.   Berkeley – The Redwood Science Symposium will be held June 21 to 23, 2011 at the University of California in Santa Cruz. The symposium will build on the scientific

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Humboldt Redwood Company—Our Commitment to Environmental Responsibility

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Business and environmental responsibility both offer unique challenges that are frequently treated as separate objectives. At Humboldt Redwood Company, we believe and practice the idea that our natural environment is an equal stakeholder in everyone’s future. But what does that mean? As a society, it is generally recognized that we need to reduce our carbon

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Rethink Our Forests

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Forests for the Next Century? (FFNC) is a nonprofit coalition made up of industry stakeholders aligned around the common objective of restoring the health and habitat of all North America’s forests. FFNC supports updated forest management practices across all ownerships in North America. The coalition is working closely together to develop protocols and standards for

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