We protect redwoods by purchasing redwood forests and the surrounding lands needed to nurture them. Another way we protect forests is by acquiring conservation easements or agreements, which grant the League the legal right to safeguard the forest from harmful land use practices forever.

You can protect and open Loma Mar Redwoods to the public. Photo by Paolo Vescia
You can protect and open Loma Mar Redwoods to the public. Photo by Paolo Vescia

Our science-based Master Plan for the Redwoods guides our efforts to protect and restore redwood forests. This plan identifies where we need to protect land to strengthen the forests we have conserved since our founding in 1918.

The Master Plan incorporates the theory and principles of conservation biology. These principles guide Save the Redwoods to protect large blocks of contiguous redwood land that embrace the diversity of the forest.


Protection in Perpetuity

Acquisition of land is only the first critical step in protecting redwood forests. Once land has been purchased, the League and our partners begin the never-ending work of ensuring that the redwood forest has the proper care to thrive. Visit our Restoration and Managing and Stewarding Land pages to learn how we protect redwood forests in perpetuity through holistic stewardship.


Learn More about How We Protect Redwoods

Current Land Projects

Read about land you’ve helped protect recently and projects that still need your help.

 

Managing and Stewarding Land

Learn about our approach to managing held lands. See current stewadrship projects like the Bennett Juniper and Stewarts Point.

 

Creating Parks and Reserves

Find out how we safeguard land. See how many acres of redwood forest you’ve helped protect.