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Save the Redwoods League to Provide Free Day-Use Admission to Visitors at 40+ Redwood State Parks on the Day after Thanksgiving

Contacts: Ashley Boarman, Landis Communications Phone: 415-359-2312 | Email: Adeline Yee, California State Parks Phone: 916-651-8725 | Email:   Free day-use passes are limited and available first-come, first-served based on each park’s capacity. Download the full press release … Continued

Centennial Redwood Celebration Golden Poppy Annual Pass

Give the Gift of the Awe-Inspiring Outdoors with New California State Parks Pass

Media Alert Gus Nodal, Landis Communications Inc. Email: | Phone: 415.359.2320   Download the full press release   Save the Redwoods League and California State Parks ring in the holidays and celebrate League’s anniversary with a limited edition Centennial … Continued

Butano State Park. Photo by Julie Martin

Save the Redwoods League Launches Genome Project

University of California, Davis, John Hopkins University and Save the Redwoods League today announced an ambitious plan to fully sequence the coast redwood and giant sequoia genomes — for the first time — utilizing conifer genetic sequencing techniques unavailable until now.

The League’s recent transfer of the Berry Glen Trail Connection property to Redwood National Park provides a significant portion of the limited habitat used by herds of Roosevelt elks, which draw thousands of tourists and photographers each year. Photo by Paolo Vescia

Save the Redwoods League Transfers Berry Glen Trail Connection Property to Redwood National Park

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 | Jeff Denny | Redwood National Park | Phone: … Continued

Stewarts Point.

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


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