Cal Fire continues to approve logging plans during extreme climate disaster and  drought.

The average daily temperature in the Battle Creek watershed has risen significantly between 2019 and 2021.

2021 was 7.6 degrees higher than 2019.

Warmest March in Global Recordkeeping; 2016 Roars Ahead of Pack here

The 2013 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) found that human-caused forest loss is responsible for about 10% of
global greenhouse gas emissions. Recent analyses show that global forest trends are working against efforts to address climate
change. The 2014 IPCC Report stated: "Carbon stored in the terrestrial biosphere is susceptible to ​loss to the atmosphere as a
​result of climate change, deforestation, and ecosystem degradation".

Above: Clear cut forest near Lassen Volcanic National Park.  
Mt. Lassen on the left. 

 Scientific studies find that the temperature increases at least 5 to 10
degrees in a clearcut, while the humidity drops 35%. 

Sawmill with wood chips near Burney, California in Shasta County.

Rock Creek Rd.  Manton,  CA 96059

Click here for "Hot Air--Myths and Facts About Forests and Climate Change"

Mature diverse forests are needed to combat climate change. ​Deforestation
​is one of the leading sources of carbon emissions.


Logging for biomass use is not “carbon neutral”:   The huge flaw in how Congress is approaching burning wood for energy  by Chelsea Harvey  here

Departure from average for the global January-through-March temperature for the years 1880 - 2016. This year has seen by far the warmest temperatures on record for each of the three months. Image credit: NOAA/National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI).