Painting Redwood National Park
In this episode of The Grand View, artist Stefan Baumann’s journey takes his audience to some of the tallest trees on Earth at Redwood National Park. These old growth redwood stands are some of the last remaining timber that was saved from the lumber industry. These magnificent trees live to be 2000 years old and grow to be over 300 feet tall; Baumann’s journey takes him to the base of these mythical giants. Interviews include park biologist, Ray Murray, superintendent Bill Pierce, and a Native American. Baumann concludes this episode by painting a grove of redwoods that follows the Little Bald Hills to the Pacific.
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