Protecting the Titans 

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Max Forster
The Grove of Titans contains some of the largest coastal redwoods.
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California State Parks Supervisor Brett Silver explains the importance of protecting grove to a group attempting to visit the site.
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Large patch of compacted bare soil near Screaming Titans
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The social trails have exposed sensitive redwood roots.
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California State Parks Supervisor Brett Silver points to the location that forest vegetation should cover.
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One of the Titans in 2015, before the damage.
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Cars parked along Howland Hill Road, which is seeing increased traffic as more visitors search out the Grove of Titans.
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A sign of the increased traffic on Howland Hill Road.
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A new project is underway to protect the Grove of Titans.
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A view of the grove in 2012.
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Social trails made by visitors seeking out the grove.
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The damage done by visitors stepping on a fallen tree.
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A view of what the grove used to look like before marauding paths were made by grove seekers.
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A sample of the raised walkway that will eventually take sightseers out to the grove.
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Damage done to one of the Titans.
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Before and after photos encourage hikers to stay on the official trails.
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Stay on trail sign.
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Trash left behind by park visitors. The new project will include trash cans.
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California State Parks Supervisor Brett Silver explains the importance of protecting grove to a group attempting to visit the site.

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