Since September 2021, in Thonon-les-Bains, men and women have been sleeping in trees to prevent the felling and, multiplying the appeals before the Administrative Court of Grenoble, circulate a petition. These activists belong to the collective "Save Together the Magic Circle of the 10 centenary cedars of Thonon". The extension of the hospital to accommodate 180 additional beds must take place where these remarkable trees are planted. One of the opponents of the slaughter remained perched 15 meters high in the cedars adjoining the Thonon-les-Bains hospital from Tuesday to Friday evening by installing ropes and a hammock there. These 10 Atlas cedars, some thirty meters high, have been thriving for almost 150 years just behind the main hospital building, where the extension of the establishment is planned. Currently, the construction machinery bypasses the trees and their protectors, who, as they have repeated since the beginning of their action, are not opposed to the extension of the hospital but they want the project to respect and include the existing nature.