By Margot Roosevelt / The Bulletin
June 24, 2009
ARCATA, Calif. — Silvery light flickers through the canopy of the Van Eck forest down to a fragrant carpet of needles and thimbleberry brush. A brook splashes along polished stones, through thickets of ferns.
How lush. How lovely. How lucrative.
This 2,200-acre spread in Humboldt....