A deal between an Inverness resident and three public agencies has conserved over 1,600 acres of redwood forest in northwestern Sonoma County. 

The agreement, which took five years to come to fruition, will preserve the property—known as Rip’s Redwoods—both through a carbon credit project and a conservation easement. Sonoma County Parks, the . . .

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