Thanks to generous redwoods enthusiasts like you, Save the Redwoods League has raised $4 million—half the funds needed—to purchase and protect some of the most magnificent old-growth redwood forest still left in the heart of the Santa Cruz Mountains (pictured). You can help raise the remainder by donating today. In quick property sales like this, we can’t afford to wait for donations. We know we can count on donors like you. Read more about these amazing forests.
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.