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"Forest Show" Helps Raise Awareness About Development of UC Santa Cruz Upper Campus
Alex Darocy
As the sun began to set on May 4, community members and students made their way to a "secret" location in the forest above UC Santa Cruz for a "Forest Show" that was organized to raise awareness about the university's planned expansion. Presently, 240 acres of upper campus forest is threatened, as is the Porter Meadow, and also the location of the evening's show. Musical acts Matador, Pale Robin, and The Gembrokers played acoustic sets around a campfire in the middle of an open portion of the mixed evergreen forest, surrounded by tall Redwoods and Douglas Fir trees.

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