Artist’s brilliant National Park posters advertise a grim future

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Not the big trees! We can't lose them, we just can't. Before the mid-19th century, coast redwoods spread throughout a range of some 2 million acres along the west coast. People had been peacefully co-existing with the forests forever. But with the gold rush came the logging; today only 5 percent of the original old-growth coast redwood forest remains. These gentle giants need us humans to behave with responsibility and respect.

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