Crosby and Laura Schwartz, co-chairs of the Cambria Forest Committee, are worried as much as 40 percent of Cambria’s Monterey pines may be in danger, like these on the south-facing ridge overlooking upper Bridge Street.
Crosby and Laura Schwartz, co-chairs of the Cambria Forest Committee, are worried as much as 40 percent of Cambria’s Monterey pines may be in danger, like these on the south-facing ridge overlooking upper Bridge Street. ktanner@thetribunenews.com
Crosby and Laura Schwartz, co-chairs of the Cambria Forest Committee, are worried as much as 40 percent of Cambria’s Monterey pines may be in danger, like these on the south-facing ridge overlooking upper Bridge Street. ktanner@thetribunenews.com

How to save Cambria's native Monterey pine forest

August 21, 2014 11:21 AM

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