The Sacramento Bee ran an article a few days ago about the Natural Areas Program plan to cut down 18,448 trees.
“An intense battle is building over a little-known plan to cut down thousands of eucalyptus and other trees in urban forests here and at a city-owned golf course in Pacifica,” it starts. “Both camps believe they know what’s best for some of San Francisco’s most stunning landscapes, including Mount Davidson, Mount Sutro and Glen Park Canyon.
“It’s a clash of environmental visions, with each camp maintaining that it’s right.”
The whole article is available here.
The article quotes several people, including SFFA President Eric Miller (President) and member Jacquie Proctor.
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