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Tell us why you #Stand4Redwoods! Photo by Mike Kahn
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“California redwoods are something to behold. Sheer awe. It’s the most healing experience you can find. It just makes you tingle.” — Ed Gilbert, Redwood Legacy Circle member

“Redwoods make people feel centered and connected to the planet. The length of time they’ve been standing — they are a testament to the past.” — Rose Marie Cleese, Redwood Legacy Circle member


Beneath the forest floor, a web of roots supports Beneath the forest floor, a web of roots supports the life above it through interconnected channels of communication. A forest is the epitome of harmony, an environment where thriving depends on the wellbeing of the collective. When one tree struggles, the rest provides. Roots are the root of it all—the source of nourishment, information and exchange.
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I’m starting a collection of roots-inspired pieces to honor those unseen forces that make life possible, and to serve as a reminder to plant your own roots in healthy soil, where they can grow and mingle with the roots of others. A small batch will be released later this month.

Beneath the forest floor, a web of roots supports the life above it through interconnected channels of communication. A forest is the epitome of harmony, an environment where thriving depends on the wellbeing of the collective. When one tree struggles, the rest provides. Roots are the root of it all—the source of nourishment, information and exchange.
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I’m starting a collection of roots-inspired pieces to honor those unseen forces that make life possible, and to serve as a reminder to plant your own roots in healthy soil, where they can grow and mingle with the roots of others. A small batch will be released later this month.
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The first rain of the season arrived yesterday, an The first rain of the season arrived yesterday, and man was it a blessing. It didn’t start until the afternoon, but the sky was gray and heavy with anticipation all morning. After 9 months of sunshine, the rain really does feel like a miracle. Finally, it’s officially the season, and for that I’m thankful. What are you thankful for?
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Wishing you a happy Thanksgiving weekend - aside from wolfing down mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie, I’ll be finishing up new pieces for the Holiday Market in Felton this Saturday and the Crafters Fair at Nubo Brewing on Sunday. If you’re local, come say hi!

The first rain of the season arrived yesterday, and man was it a blessing. It didn’t start until the afternoon, but the sky was gray and heavy with anticipation all morning. After 9 months of sunshine, the rain really does feel like a miracle. Finally, it’s officially the season, and for that I’m thankful. What are you thankful for?
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Wishing you a happy Thanksgiving weekend - aside from wolfing down mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie, I’ll be finishing up new pieces for the Holiday Market in Felton this Saturday and the Crafters Fair at Nubo Brewing on Sunday. If you’re local, come say hi!
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🌲 I asked a ranger what the redwoodnps highligh 🌲 I asked a ranger what the redwoodnps highlights are. “Big trees,” he said. I asked him if any of the trees were particularly notable. “All of them,” he said. 😂
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Well after hiking Boy Scout Tree trail, which the ranger & some of you recommended, I see his point. We saw amazing sequoias at Yosemite, but the Redwood forest feels even more humbling. While there’s not a lot of redwood forests, there’s a lot of Redwoods in the forest. You’re surrounded by 300+ ft. trees. You’re a tiny creature passing through for the briefest moment in these magnificent & ancient living things 1000+ year lives.
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You will see bigger trees on Tall Trees Grove trail, but we preferred Boy Scout Tree Trail because you will be more immersed in Redwoods. Easy, 5.3 mi round trip. The dirt road drive to the trailhead is equally breathtaking.

🌲 I asked a ranger what the redwoodnps highlights are. “Big trees,” he said. I asked him if any of the trees were particularly notable. “All of them,” he said. 😂
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Well after hiking Boy Scout Tree trail, which the ranger & some of you recommended, I see his point. We saw amazing sequoias at Yosemite, but the Redwood forest feels even more humbling. While there’s not a lot of redwood forests, there’s a lot of Redwoods in the forest. You’re surrounded by 300+ ft. trees. You’re a tiny creature passing through for the briefest moment in these magnificent & ancient living things 1000+ year lives.
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You will see bigger trees on Tall Trees Grove trail, but we preferred Boy Scout Tree Trail because you will be more immersed in Redwoods. Easy, 5.3 mi round trip. The dirt road drive to the trailhead is equally breathtaking.
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The roots gang! Managed to finish two more pieces The roots gang! Managed to finish two more pieces in between market prep and customs. These were all very experimental, playing with layers and texture, a creative project without much of a plan. Sometimes you need a little play time in the studio! Available this Thursday, May 23. Which one is your favorite?

The roots gang! Managed to finish two more pieces in between market prep and customs. These were all very experimental, playing with layers and texture, a creative project without much of a plan. Sometimes you need a little play time in the studio! Available this Thursday, May 23. Which one is your favorite? ...

Our home on wheels among giants! 🌲 These are ou Our home on wheels among giants! 🌲 These are our must-stops on one of America’s most iconic highways.
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🌲 Founder’s Grove: Sometimes those 1 mile nature trails are real gems. If you only have one stop to walk among Redwoods, pick this one! The Founders Tree was once the world’s tallest known tree (346 ft) & the fallen Dyerville Giant is fascinating to explore.
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🌲 Redcrest: This tiny town is a great pick for gift shops and wood carving art. Don’t miss the Eternal Treehouse & Bigfoot!
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🌲 Drive-through trees: If you’re interested in that, you’ll find one in Myers Flat. But they make us sad or maybe we’re bitter because our truck wouldn’t fit anyway. 😂
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🌲 Miranda: Great tiny town to grab lunch! We recommend Redwood Palace or Avenue Cafe.
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🌲 Most of all, the best Redwoods experience is being surrounded by the majestic trees on the road & surrounding trails.
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roadtrippers had a great guide to help us plan. P.S. Yes, Avenue of the Giants is RV accessible if you’re under 33 ft kingpin to end! But we toured in just our truck so we could easily make stops. We popped back onto the Avenue with our fifth wheel on our way south to capture this photo! 😍

Our home on wheels among giants! 🌲 These are our must-stops on one of America’s most iconic highways.
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🌲 Founder’s Grove: Sometimes those 1 mile nature trails are real gems. If you only have one stop to walk among Redwoods, pick this one! The Founders Tree was once the world’s tallest known tree (346 ft) & the fallen Dyerville Giant is fascinating to explore.
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🌲 Redcrest: This tiny town is a great pick for gift shops and wood carving art. Don’t miss the Eternal Treehouse & Bigfoot!
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🌲 Drive-through trees: If you’re interested in that, you’ll find one in Myers Flat. But they make us sad or maybe we’re bitter because our truck wouldn’t fit anyway. 😂
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🌲 Miranda: Great tiny town to grab lunch! We recommend Redwood Palace or Avenue Cafe.
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🌲 Most of all, the best Redwoods experience is being surrounded by the majestic trees on the road & surrounding trails.
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roadtrippers had a great guide to help us plan. P.S. Yes, Avenue of the Giants is RV accessible if you’re under 33 ft kingpin to end! But we toured in just our truck so we could easily make stops. We popped back onto the Avenue with our fifth wheel on our way south to capture this photo! 😍
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Making more sequoia and redwood pieces for all you Making more sequoia and redwood pieces for all you tree lovers. I’ve got some simpler pieces like these classic sequoias and other previous designs, along with a new collection of statement pieces coming soon. Who’s in the mood for trees?? 🙋‍♀️
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The one year anniversary of my shop is also coming up — I’ll be doing something a little special for that, so stay tuned!

Making more sequoia and redwood pieces for all you tree lovers. I’ve got some simpler pieces like these classic sequoias and other previous designs, along with a new collection of statement pieces coming soon. Who’s in the mood for trees?? 🙋‍♀️
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The one year anniversary of my shop is also coming up — I’ll be doing something a little special for that, so stay tuned!
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The big trees protect me. #stand4redwoods ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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The big trees protect me. #stand4redwoods ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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As a kid, we often drove up to the Sierras to spen As a kid, we often drove up to the Sierras to spend our vacations. The mountains provided solace and retreat from our busy lives. We’d visit the sequoia groves and stand humbled beside their massive trunks, which soared to unfathomable heights. I walked by the same trees year to year—the Old Bachelor with his knotted branches and the Twins, who grew so close together their trunks merged. These trees became familiar, like old acquaintances. Certain trees just leave an impression you, don’t they. Is there a tree like that for you?
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Sterling silver and emerald, hand built with love. Summer collection available later this month ☀️🌲

As a kid, we often drove up to the Sierras to spend our vacations. The mountains provided solace and retreat from our busy lives. We’d visit the sequoia groves and stand humbled beside their massive trunks, which soared to unfathomable heights. I walked by the same trees year to year—the Old Bachelor with his knotted branches and the Twins, who grew so close together their trunks merged. These trees became familiar, like old acquaintances. Certain trees just leave an impression you, don’t they. Is there a tree like that for you?
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Sterling silver and emerald, hand built with love. Summer collection available later this month ☀️🌲
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Seasonal changes are subtle in California. But the Seasonal changes are subtle in California. But they’re there. If you open your senses, you’ll notice the mornings getting crisper, the fog more persistent and the light more golden. The scent of dried redwood sprigs and eucalyptus. Turbulent ocean waves and rolling yellow hills. Ever so gently, fall makes its entrance.

Seasonal changes are subtle in California. But they’re there. If you open your senses, you’ll notice the mornings getting crisper, the fog more persistent and the light more golden. The scent of dried redwood sprigs and eucalyptus. Turbulent ocean waves and rolling yellow hills. Ever so gently, fall makes its entrance. ...

🌲 This trail is home to the tallest trees in th 🌲 This trail is home to the tallest trees in the WORLD!
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While visiting redwoodnps we started researching where the tallest tree in the world is, because wouldn’t that be a neat thing to see! Well, we discovered that the world’s tallest known tree (379 ft tall!) is located about half a mile from this trail...and it’s location is undisclosed. Turns out naturalists stopped revealing the locations of the world’s tallest trees for their protection because people are disrespectful assholes.
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Now, you can easily find directions to visit this tree online, but please don’t. People keep going off trail to find this tree & other tallest trees. In the process they destroy the vegetation beneath the tree that’s essential to its health. The trails & ranger instructions in our national parks don’t exist to limit our exploration. They exist to preserve these precious places for future generations.
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Besides, on this trail you will see many trees over 350 ft tall and TRUST ME your wee human eyes will not be able to perceive the difference of that extra 40 feet. 😂 Allow yourself to be humbled to by these majestic trees & stop turning it until a 🍆 measuring contest. 😆 The trees sure don’t care!
#savetheredwoods

🌲 This trail is home to the tallest trees in the WORLD!
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While visiting redwoodnps we started researching where the tallest tree in the world is, because wouldn’t that be a neat thing to see! Well, we discovered that the world’s tallest known tree (379 ft tall!) is located about half a mile from this trail...and it’s location is undisclosed. Turns out naturalists stopped revealing the locations of the world’s tallest trees for their protection because people are disrespectful assholes.
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Now, you can easily find directions to visit this tree online, but please don’t. People keep going off trail to find this tree & other tallest trees. In the process they destroy the vegetation beneath the tree that’s essential to its health. The trails & ranger instructions in our national parks don’t exist to limit our exploration. They exist to preserve these precious places for future generations.
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Besides, on this trail you will see many trees over 350 ft tall and TRUST ME your wee human eyes will not be able to perceive the difference of that extra 40 feet. 😂 Allow yourself to be humbled to by these majestic trees & stop turning it until a 🍆 measuring contest. 😆 The trees sure don’t care!
#savetheredwoods
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For #GivingTuesday, our nonprofit The Just Thanks For #GivingTuesday, our nonprofit The Just Thanks Organization is committing to donating $25,000 to the savetheredwoods's mission to buy Alder Creek, the most significant giant sequoia conservation project there is today.

This project is near and dear to our hearts living here in California and experiencing nature on a scale we could never fathom growing up on the east coast. We've witnessed the changes brought on by climate change over the past 20 years firsthand - it's time to chip in and take action.

A giant community effort 🙏 stay tuned for ways to get involved and donate! #2020Visions
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And once we reach our goal, we'll be able to officially name one of the trees in the reserve - let's start brainstorming! 💚
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#STS9 #JustThanks #2019 #AlderCreek #Stand4Redwoods

For #GivingTuesday, our nonprofit The Just Thanks Organization is committing to donating $25,000 to the savetheredwoods's mission to buy Alder Creek, the most significant giant sequoia conservation project there is today.

This project is near and dear to our hearts living here in California and experiencing nature on a scale we could never fathom growing up on the east coast. We've witnessed the changes brought on by climate change over the past 20 years firsthand - it's time to chip in and take action.

A giant community effort 🙏 stay tuned for ways to get involved and donate! #2020Visions
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And once we reach our goal, we'll be able to officially name one of the trees in the reserve - let's start brainstorming! 💚
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#STS9 #JustThanks #2019 #AlderCreek #Stand4Redwoods
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