Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Tree-Stumps-in-Biscuit-Fire-Area-27MZIFLWZ8GR.htmlConceptually similarLogging in Siskiyou National ForestGP01KXCCompleted★★★★Logging in Siskiyou National ForestGP01KXBCompleted★★★★Timber Cutting Sign on TreeGP01KX9Completed★★★★Forests in OregonGP01M17Completed★★★★Killer Tree Tagging Tape on StumpGP01KX7Completed★★★★Logging Road Blockade Oregon USAGP01J0JCompleted★★★★Visitors to Forest Rescue StationGP01H1MCompleted★★★★A Douglas Fir TreeGP01KWUCompleted★★★★A Douglas Fir TreeGP01KWVCompleted★★★★View AllGP01KXETree Stumps in Biscuit Fire AreaPost-fire salvage logging results in tree stumps in the Biscuit burn area of the west fork of Indigo Creek in the Siskiyou National Forest. The Biscuit Fire, located in southern Oregon and northern California, began on July 13, 2002 and reached 499,965 acres. Estimated to be one of Oregon's largest in recorded history, the Biscuit Fire encompassed most of the Kalmiopsis Wilderness. The boundary of the Biscuit Fire stretches from 10 miles east of the coastal community of Brookings, Oregon; south into northern California; east to the Illinois Valley; and north to within a few miles of the Rogue River. Locations:Oregon-United States of AmericaDate:11 Jun, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Dang NgoMaximum size:3072px X 2048pxKeywords:Ancient forests-Commercial logging-Day-Deforestation-Destruction-Forest fires-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Landscapes-Outdoors-TreesShoot:Logging of Ancient Forests in OregonDocumenting Forests in the area of Oregon covering Siskiyou National Forest, Rogue River, acts of logging and Biscuit fire. For the month of June 2004, Greenpeace, local activists, ecologists, and volunteers from around the world were gathered at our first Forest Rescue Station in the United States. The Rescue Station highlighted the proposed Kelsey-Whisky timber sale, which threatens over 46,000 acres of roadless area. Hundreds of visitors and volunteers joined us to take nature hikes and participate in workshops on forest defense.