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Send your Letter-to-the-Editor Today!

Tell MRC the People have Spoken--
Stop Poisoning Trees in Mendocino!

We have the opportunity to proactively speak out against continuation of the dangerous and unnecessary practice of industrial-scale tree-poisoning known as "hack-and-squirt!"

We encourage you to modify the sample letter-to-the-editor below, to suit your own vocabulary and emphasis. Then send your letter, which will go to all five newspapers below today! (Note: The Santa Rosa Press Democrat is in Sonoma County, but widely read in Mendocino County.)

Click here to go to our fuller background page on the issue, should you want to add more information to your letter.

Make your voice heard for California’s forests!



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    The Mendocino Beacon &
    The Fort Bragg Advocate News

    Chris Calder, Editor
    690 S. Main St
    Fort Bragg, CA 95437
    Phone:(707) 964-5642
    Email:
    Fax:(707) 964-0424

    The Press Democrat

    Editorial Director Paul Gullixson
    427 Mendocino Ave.
    Santa Rosa, CA 95401
    Phone: 707-521-5282
    Email: letters@pressdemocrat.com

    Willits News

    City Editor/Reporter: Michael Neary
    77 W. Commercial St.
    Willits, CA 95490
    Phone: 707-841-2123
    Email: editorial@willitsnews.com

    Ukiah Daily Journal

    K.C. Meadows, Editor
    617 S State St
    Ukiah, CA 95482
    Phone: (707) 468-3500
    Email: udjkcm@ukiahdj.com
    Fax: (707) 468-3544
     

    Forests Forever:
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    by
    John J. Berger

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