Save the Redwoods League collaborates with national, state and local public agencies.
Save the Redwoods League transfers land to US Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service and county and local park systems, which are permanent land stewards. Agencies such as the State of California Coastal Conservancy and State of California Wildlife Conservation Board are our funding partners.
We work with leading redwood forest scientists at many universities including the University of California, Berkeley, and Humboldt State University. Parks and public schools, among other providers, may be awarded grants through our Education or Research Programs.
Donor Will Match Your Gift by Dec. 31!
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.
HIGHLIGHTS: Giant Sequoia National Monument showcases nearly half of the giant sequoia groves in the entire world. While these trees (also called "Sierra redwoods," Sequoiadendron giganteum) don't get as tall as coast redwoods, some are bigger by volume.