The coastal forests of California and Cascadia are a small part of a massive temperate rainforest (the largest in the world!) that extends form central California all the way to Alaska. Warmed in winter by Pacific storms and cooled in summer by blankets of fog, thick stands of douglas fir, redwoods, hemlock and cedar grow in primordial forests, the ground carpeted with ferns and lichens. Farther down the coast chaparral, cyprus and pine forests dot the landscape. It is in these lush, fragrant and diverse forests that we wildcrafted Coastal Pine.