X
  • Stephen Sillett traverses into the crown of the largest living redwood tree (at 42,500 
 cubic feet), known as Sulimo, in near Crescent City, Calif., in 2004.
    Photo by Marie Antoine
    Stephen Sillett traverses into the crown of the largest living redwood tree (at 42,500 cubic feet), known as Sulimo, in near Crescent City, Calif., in 2004.
  • Stephen Sillett, a Humboldt State botanist and the Kenneth L. Fisher Chair, rests midway up the largest living redwood, located in Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park in northern California in 2004.
    Photo by Marie Antoine
    Stephen Sillett, a Humboldt State botanist and the Kenneth L. Fisher Chair, rests midway up the largest living redwood, located in Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park in northern California in 2004.
  • A treetop hundreds of feet up yields a panorama of Atlas Grove in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park in Humboldt County, Calif. The grove is one of most structurally complex remaining redwood forests.
    Photo by Stephen Sillett
    A treetop hundreds of feet up yields a panorama of Atlas Grove in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park in Humboldt County, Calif. The grove is one of most structurally complex remaining redwood forests.
  • Kenneth L. Fisher, CEO of Fisher Investments and long-time Forbes columnist, has endowed a chair at Humboldt State to advance research in redwood forest ecology.
    Kenneth L. Fisher, CEO of Fisher Investments and long-time Forbes columnist, has endowed a chair at Humboldt State to advance research in redwood forest ecology.
  • Kenneth L. Fisher, CEO of Fisher Investments and long-time Forbes columnist, has endowed a chair at Humboldt State to advance research in redwood forest ecology.
    Kenneth L. Fisher, CEO of Fisher Investments and long-time Forbes columnist, has endowed a chair at Humboldt State to advance research in redwood forest ecology.
Chat now!