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Federal Land and Water Conservation Funds Help Protect the Prairie Creek Scenic Corridor, Gateway to Ancient Redwoods Contacts: Mike Kahn | Save the Redwoods League | Cell: (650) 269-1264 | mkahn@SaveTheRedwoods.org Jeff Denny | Redwood National Park | Phone: … Continued
Historic Stewarts Point Property Permanently Protected by Save the Redwoods League and Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District
700-acre redwood forest, indigenous tribe access to ancestral lands, coastal bluffs with newest California Coastal Trail segment, and Gualala River section protected under 868-acre conservation easement
Contacts: Save the Redwoods League: Jennifer Benito-Kowalski | Cell: (415) 602-1037 | Email: jbenito@SaveTheRedwoods.org California State Parks: Gloria Sandoval | Cell: (916) 956-6814 | Email: Gloria.Sandoval@parks.ca.gov California State Parks Foundation: Linsey Fredenburg-Humes | Cell: (916) 204-5210 | Email: Linsey@calparks.org … Continued
Contacts: Save the Redwoods League: Patsy Barich, Bon Mot PR | Cell: (415)596-5860 | Email: email@example.com California State Parks: Gloria Sandoval | Cell: (916) 956-6814 | Email: Gloria.Sandoval@parks.ca.gov California State Parks Foundation: Linsey Fredenburg-Humes | Cell: (916) 204-5210 | Email: … Continued
Coast Redwood Science Symposium 2016, hosted by the University of California. The three-day symposium will include general session speakers, concurrent presentations, poster presentations, a reception, and field trip opportunities to view current issues in redwood forest management on California’s North Coast.
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