This truck is dwarfed by more a portion of the 10,000 tons of dead tress at the Oakhurst Debris Management Site on Highway 49. Six days a week, about 300 tons of trees are brought to the facility, while 300 tons of tree mulch is trucked each day to a bio mass plant in Fresno. That routine is expected to continue for at least the next three to five years.
This truck is dwarfed by more a portion of the 10,000 tons of dead tress at the Oakhurst Debris Management Site on Highway 49. Six days a week, about 300 tons of trees are brought to the facility, while 300 tons of tree mulch is trucked each day to a bio mass plant in Fresno. That routine is expected to continue for at least the next three to five years. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
This truck is dwarfed by more a portion of the 10,000 tons of dead tress at the Oakhurst Debris Management Site on Highway 49. Six days a week, about 300 tons of trees are brought to the facility, while 300 tons of tree mulch is trucked each day to a bio mass plant in Fresno. That routine is expected to continue for at least the next three to five years. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

A colossal clean up of the dying forest

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