By Felicity Barringer / The Bulletin
October 14, 2012
LEGGETT, Calif. — Braced against a steep slope, Robert Hrubes cinched his measuring tape around the trunk of one tree after another, barking out diameters like an auctioneer announcing bids. “Twelve point two!" “Fourteen point one!"
Hrubes’ task, a far cry from forestry of the past,....