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Los Padres National Forest.

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    • Actually, here in California, we do, indeed, decide to leave clumps of old growth habitats, within cutting units, intact and untouched. When single trees have joined roots, it is policy to either cut both trees, or leave both trees, due to root rot issues. It s easy enough to criticize someone’s choices on individual trees but, it is much harder to judge an overall thinning unit, as a whole.

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