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EDWARD A. TUNHEIM'S
FOREST MANAGEMENT PLAN
Prepared for The Bohemian Club in 2001

Ed Tunheim, a highly respected California forester, managed the Bohemian Grove foresty operation for many years before resigning over pressure from the Bohemian Club leadership to increase the timber harvest level above a point Tunheim viewed as appropriate.

Tunheim wrote the attached document in 2001. It is important for several reasons: it demonstrates that the forested acreage of the property is too large to qualify for an NTMP; it reveals Tunheim's conviction that the annual cut should never exceed 500,000 board feet (the NTMP calls for an annual cut of 1.1 million to 1.8 million board feet); and finally, the Tunheim plan declares the Grove in relatively good shape in terms of fire danger.

The Bohemian Club has always treated the Tunheim Plan as secret and no one except the Board of Directors has had access to it... until now.

Part 1 - Pages 0 - 19 (Now Available)

Part 2 - Pages 20 - 37 (Available Soon)

Part 3 - Pages 38 - 55 (Available Soon)

Part 4 - Pages 56 - 65 (Available Soon)