Fort Bragg's industrial past.
Lumber and Fishing dominated the regional economy since it was established as a town in
In it's heyday, most of the families in Fort Bragg and up and down the Pacific Coast with it's astonishing forests of giant redwoods that seemed to to go on forever were connected to one of the many lumber companies profiting from extraction economy.
Now the 500 year old giants are gone. The fish too. It turns out they were not an unlimited resource after all. Opportunity is synonymous with the Northern Mendocino Coast. We have an opportunity to make decisions that will make a better future for tomorrow's generations of Coastal residents. The earth has reached the end of it's tolerance for human ignorance and disregard of environmental sustainability.
When the Berm Blows