How Logging Could Help Save California's Redwood ForestsSome environmentalists say it's time to start logging again in California.
Trying To Protect California Redwoods From Too Much LoveImages online lured thousands of tourists to the area in search of the secret grove.
Palo Alto Redwoods Grown From Seeds That Traveled Millions Of Miles In SpaceAlong the back of Peers Park in Palo Alto there is a grove of redwoods that have no doubt traveled a lot farther than you have.
Mystery Of California’s Albino Redwoods May Be SolvedA researcher may have figured out why albino redwoods turn white in the middle of deep green California redwood forests.
Plan To Log Century-Old Redwood Trees On California Coast Prompts Lawsuit ThreatOpponents of a logging plan that includes century-old redwood trees have notified California forestry officials that they plan to sue unless the state rescinds its approval of the project.
California Redwood Forests Play Big Role In Fighting Climate ChangeA new study finds giant redwood forests are doing more to fight global warming than any other ecosystem.
Virtual Tour Of North Bay Vineyards, Breweries, Scenic Spots Along Highway 101 On Google Street ViewYou won't need a designated driver to tour wineries and breweries along California's Route 101 anymore now that the scenic route has been added to Street Street View on Google Maps.
Muir Wood's Tallest Tree Only 777 Years OldAn analysis has found that the tallest redwood tree in Muir Woods is 777 years old -- and not the much older 1,500 years once assumed.
Muir Woods Entry Fee Going Up From $7 To $10Entry for children under 16 years of age will continue to be free, said the National Park Service, which announced the price increase on Thursday.
Poachers Butchering Northern California's Majestic Redwoods For ProfitCalifornia's treasured redwood trees are under attack by poachers hacking out the trees' distinctive burls which are later turned into tables, artwork or other adornments.
Authorities Look To Deter Northern California Redwood PoachersAuthorities say unemployment and drug addiction have spurred an increase in the destructive practice of cutting off the knobby growths at the base of ancient redwood trees to make lacey-grained coffee tables.
Climate Change May Help California Coastal Redwoods Grow FasterCalifornia’s beloved giant trees could be weathering climate change—and it might even help them thrive.

More From CBS San Francisco

Get The New CBS SF Bay Area Local App
LIVE: Monday through Friday from 3am – 3pm PST
Dedicate A Bay Bridge Light

Watch & Listen LIVE