The Last Stand (2001)

THE LAST STAND unfolds the tragic ramifications of a fifteen-year battle between environmentalists and the timber industry over the fate of ancient coastal redwoods in Northern California.

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Holiday Phelan

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Harold Linde (story)

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THE LAST STAND unfolds the tragic ramifications of a fifteen-year battle between environmentalists and the timber industry over the fate of ancient coastal redwoods in Northern California. Along the fog shrouded coastline of Northern California, are the tallest and oldest living beings on earth - the Coastal Redwoods. These giants can grow to be over 2000 years old, measure a colossal 22 feet in diameter and reach heights of over 360 feet tall. Having once blanketed the entire North West coast of the continent, this towering species has been decimated by decades of relentless logging. Today, less than 4% of the pre-historic redwoods remain standing. The profound human and biological ramifications behind this environmental tragedy are nowhere more evident than in the Headwaters Forest of Humboldt County. A pristine grove of old-growth in the heart of California's booming timber industry, the Headwaters is the largest unprotected redwood forest in the world. The Last Stand examines the ... Written by Anonymous

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10 January 2001 (USA) See more »

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Trillium Films (II) See more »
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