Save roys redwoods
Roy Kaylor here. I bought my 153.45 acre parcel of redwoods 31 yrs ago. When I bought it, it was in a timber production zone meaning it was meant to be logged. So, I turned it into the Kaylor MicroBasin Wildlife and Wilderness Preserve instead. There are 9 endangered species on my land. The county hasnt been very pleased with me and my property is under red tags and I am going thru court process and am in danger of losing the land. If I lose in court , the Redwoods will be logged. I have a court date of November 21, 2015. So. I am asking the world to help. A donation of $100 gets a commemorative plaque with your name and a big thanks from the tree for saving her. Did you know without trees ,it will become hard to breathe. So, PLEASE help us save these trees. Thankyou. Roy Kaylor+ Read More
, I was on the Hoarders TV show. I have 153.45 acres. Over 150 acres are the Kaylor MicroBasin Wildlife and Wilderness Preserve. The approximately 3 acres had buildings and assets associated with Kaylor Energy Products; including the preprototype of the Toyota Prius and a SF Muni bus converted to a lab where the power supply for your computer, the insides of the battery for your car, the main power supply for Voyager (V-GER), and sattelite power supplies were designed. Also residue from producing over 1250 electric and hybrid vehicle conversion kits as well as lots of inventions to better the world. Redwood Roy.
The redwoods that are left are still smilling and hoping for their continued existence. Letters to Planing Department might help. (Kathy Molloy Previsich, Planning Director, 701 Ocean Street, Santa Cruz. 95060).
I recently have been informed by my daughter that it is a felony at a federal level to spike trees even on your own property. Therefore for were looking for an alternative to spiking trees to save them from county avarice. So people any ideas are greatly appreciated. Maybe ten thousand letters to the county planning department? We will do be doing commemorative plaques in honor of our donors. Thankyou family