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ID number:623645
Published: 01.12.1996.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

She would receive supplies in a bucket daily and volunteers climbed up nightly to visit. She wrote poetry, weathered violent storms, climbed around the branches and spent about 2-8 hours a day doing interviews via a cell phone. Finally December 18, 1999 after two years of public scrutiny, The Pacific Lumber Company agreed to save the area in exchange for $50,000 and Julia Hill's exit from the tree. The money was to go toward university science research. Luna was given another thousand years and a 600-foot buffer zone. After 738 days Julia descended the mighty redwood tree. She fell down and wept amidst the roots of a being that was born long ago into a world that wasn't quite so concerned with owning and cutting as ours is.…

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