What Now, Treesitter? 

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A treesitter’s tarp-cocooned platform in "Her Majesty," an old growth redwood in the Fern Gully treesit in Freshwater. Photo by Heidi Walters
Scene from a treesit on Pacific Lumber Co. land. Photo courtesy of We Save Trees
Mike Jani, president of Humboldt Redwood Co., talking to forest activists at the site of one of their treesits on former Pacific Lumber Co. land. Photo courtesy of David Askaripour
A treesitter descends from an old growth redwood in the Nanning Creek watershed. Photo courtesy of We Save Trees
Activists Naomi Wagner and Jeanette Jungers -- on their first visit to this treesit -- join hands with Amy Arcuri, who with "Lodgepole" established the treesit in this tree they named Spooner, in the Nanning Creek watershed. Photo by Heidi Walters
At a recent gathering at the Nanning Creek treesit, Lodgepole, at the computer, shows long-time forest activist Naomi Wagner a treesit video he made. "Cedar," who has lived almost 11 months in a tree, has just descended. Photo by Heidi Walters
On the cover: Amy Arcuri, her daughter River, and Lodgepole at the base of the nearly 300-foot-tall Spooner. Photo by Heidi Walters
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Scene from a treesit on Pacific Lumber Co. land. Photo courtesy of We Save Trees

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