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Giant Sequoias are the largest organisms ever to exist on Earth.



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81 U.S. Representatives

Signed the letter to President Obama asking him to

Protect the Giant Sequoias in Giant Sequoia National Monument



Giant Sequoias are the largest trees on Earth, and amongst the oldest, the most senior living examples growing to ages approaching 2000 years old and over 350 feet tall. All the world's Sequoia forests are found in the Sierra Nevada mountains in eastern California.

Giant Sequoia National Monument, which contains 50% of the world's remaining Giant Sequoias, is being destroyed by the US Forest Service, which manages it. For example, in 2004-5, the Forest Service carried out fraudulent, illegal logging in the world famous "Trail of 100 Giants", the premier Sequoia tourist spot. In 2006 and 2007, the Forest Service testified in Congress falsely about that logging, trying to cover up the destruction and illegality.

Now, the Forest Service is carrying out more destructive, illegal logging and roadbuilding in other areas of the Giant Sequoia National Monument.


The Issues
Read about the status of logging within the Giant Sequoia National Monument, and what forest experts have to say about it.

Act Now to Protect the Sequoias!
Contact your Representative to co-Sign Representative Sam Farr's Letter to President Obama to protect the Sequoias.

Giant Sequoia National Monument in the news.
Read an in depth, interdisciplinary history of the Sequoia Region. This includes a scientific background of the ecosystems and biota of the region, as well as a political history of the Monument.

Check out documents and information pertinent to the Monument and its current status.

Links to other sites on the giant sequoias.
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