The Examiner today carried an article saying we are fighting to retain the forest. They spoke to Dr Morley Singer; to someone at UCSF; and to Sean Elsbernd. They note Dr Singer’s point that this is a quarter of the forest, and once it is destroyed, the integrity of the whole is compromised because the trees support each other. They also note that UCSF plans more meetings in the fall. We hope that this will mean future Sutro Forest articles are less one-sided than those in the past.
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