Arnold, Calif., a longtime logging town, is turning against the industry that supported it for decades. A number of residents are opposing a plan by Sierra Pacific Industries to clear-cut a nearby area, fearing that it would damage the town’s burgeoning tourism industry, not to mention the area’s water supply “People come here for the trees,” says Erin Ross, a fifth-generation Arnold resident and businesswoman. “If they’re not finding trees … they’re going to go someplace else.” The locals say they wouldn’t oppose selective logging, but Sierra Pacific is bent on clear-cutting.