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. You can help raise $100K to double your impact for ancients in Santa Cruz Mountains. Learn more about this matching gift opportunity.
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.