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On December 18 1999 Julia Butterfly Hill's feet touched the ground for the first time in over two years as she descended from Luna a thousand year old redwood in Humboldt County California Hill had climbed 180 feet up into the tree to stop Pacific Lumber a division of the Maxxam Corporation from the environmentally destructive process of clear cutting the ancient redwood and the trees around it Over the course of what turned into an historic civil action Hill endured El Niño storms helicopter harassment a ten day siege by company security guards and the tremendous sorrow brought about by an old growth forest's destruction This story written while she lived on a tiny platform eighteen stories off the ground is one that only she can tellMy respect for Julia Butterfly Hill is fathomless At a time when so many have grown disheartened at the inability of any one person to make a difference Julia's action has profoundly re energized the environmental movement all over the world She will continue to be a major force in galvanizing the call to change the way corporations and uncaring governments do business with Mother Earth Bonnie Raitt

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The Legacy of Luna The Story of a Tree a Woman and the Struggle to Save the RedwoodsOn December 18 1999 Julia Butterfly Hill's feet touched the ground for the first time in over two years as she descended from Luna a thousand year old redwood in Humboldt County California Hill had climbed 180 feet up into the tree to stop Pacific Lumber a division of the Maxxam Corporation from the environmentally destructive process of clear cutting the ancient redwood and the trees around it Over the course of what turned into an historic civil action Hill endured El Niño storms helicopter harassment a ten day siege by company security guards and the tremendous sorrow brought about by an old growth forest's destruction This story written while she lived on a tiny platform eighteen stories off the ground is one that only she can tellMy respect for Julia Butterfly Hill is fathomless At a time when so many have grown disheartened at the inability of any one person to make a difference Julia's action has profoundly re energized the environmental movement all over the world She will continue to be a major force in galvanizing the call to change the way corporations and uncaring governments do business with Mother Earth Bonnie Raitt