You can help buffer the jaw-dropping Peters Creek Old-Growth Forest

New Gateway
to Giants

You can help buffer the jaw-dropping Peters Creek Old-Growth Forest.
Photo by Paolo Vescia

We're moving! New office location as of Sept. 1, 2014

We're Moving!

As of September 1, 2014, our offices will be located at 111 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94104.

Your gifts can help restore and permanently protect San Vicente Redwoods (formerly CEMEX Redwoods)

Critical Link
in the Forest

Your gifts can help restore and permanently protect San Vicente Redwoods.
Photo by William K. Matthias, 2011

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Celebrate the 150th Anniversary of California State Parks!

Celebrate Your Parks

California State Parks turns 150 this year! See the League's impact on the state parks system.
Photo by Peter Buranzon

Donate Today, Visit Your New Park Addition Within a Year

Donate Today, Visit Your New Park Addition Within a Year

Sharing a border with San Mateo County's Memorial Park and less than an hour from Silicon Valley's millions of people is a magical forest of big redwoods that's practically ready for you to walk its wide, welcoming trails. The Loma Mar Redwoods forest in the Santa Cruz Mountains is a delight. You can protect and open this forest to the public. Learn more about Loma Mar Redwoods and our Emergency Projects Campaign.

Historic

A History of Conservation

The first memorial grove was established in honor of Colonel Raynal C. Bolling, commemorating the first American Army officer of high rank to fall in World War I. Pictured: Bolling Grove Dedication, 1921.

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Spirals in Giant Sequoia Cones

If you look at a giant sequoia cone with the bottom end facing you, you will notice that the scales form spirals. This is the Fibonacci sequence found everywhere in nature: in the spiral of snail shells and in the shape of storms and breaking waves, for example.

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