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League members and partners protected and opened Loma Mar Redwoods to the public. Photo by Paolo Vescia
League members and partners protected and opened Loma Mar Redwoods to the public. Photo by Paolo Vescia

2017 | 2016 | Archive

2017

Press Democrat: DNA mapping will include Sonoma County redwoods as hedge to climate change (external link)
September 2017

Motherboard Vice.com: One of Earth’s Largest Living Organisms Is About to Have Its Genome Sequenced (external link)
September 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Genetic probe of redwoods, giant sequoias is key to restoring forests (external link)
September 2017

San Jose Mercury News: Decoding California’s redwood trees to bolster future forests (external link)
September 2017

KPCC Take Two: An update on the 91 fire, engineering Redwoods and Sequoias, the official dinosaur of California (external link)
September 2017

TreeHugger.com: 11 facts about coast redwoods, the tallest trees in the world (external link)
August 2017

Times-Standard: Former Orick mill site conversion to national park before commission (external link)
August 2017

NBC Bay Area: Arf Arf: Hound-Fun Redwood Outings (external link)
August 2017

Hispanic Network Magazine: Sequoia National Park to Celebrate Latino Conservation Week (external link)
July 2017

Sierra Magazine: Is the Giant Sequoia National Monument Next on the Hit List? (external link)
July 2017

Sierra Star: The future of our public lands is in our hands (external link)
June 2017

Times Standard: Throwback Thursday: Decades of projects restore Prairie Creek (external link)
June 2017

Press Democrat: Sprawling Mendocino County ranch set to be preserved (external link)
June 2017

Del Norte Triplicate: Parks acquisition to connect groves (external link)
May 2017

Live Science: Giant Sequoias and Redwoods: The Largest and Tallest Trees (external link)
May 2017

Times-Standard: National park plans to connects two major redwood groves (external link)
April 2017

Santa Cruz Sentinel: Campaign to renovate historic Big Basin Nature Museum underway (external link)
April 2017

SF Gate: New redwood-themed California license plate could be coming this year (external link)
March 2017

Press Democrat: California park lovers hope redwood license plates lead to fields of green (external link)
March 2017

Mercury News: New California license plate features redwoods, needs 7,500 orders by May (external link)
March 2017

LA 18: 加州紅木繪圖車牌 拼7,500個 (external link)
March 2017

Bay Nature: A Story About Once and Future California, Written in the Rings of Redwoods (external link)
February 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: North Coast deal preserves land, gives tribe access to creation site (external link)
February 2017

Press Democrat: Sonoma Coast’s Stewarts Point becomes part of historic agreement for coastal ranch (external link)
February 2017

BlastingNews.com: Small California Indian tribe wins permanent access to sacred site (external link)
February 2017

TrueViralNews.com: North Coast deal preserves land, gives tribe access to creation site (external link)
February 2017


2016

Discover Magazine: The Lure of the Redwood Forest (external link)
December 2016

Santa Cruz Sentinel: First Santa Cruz County ranger program coming to San Vicente Redwoods (external link)
December 2016

The Bold Italic: How Climate Change is Affecting Our Redwood Forests (external link)
December 2016

ABC 7 News: Stores give back to the environment on ‘Green Friday’ (external link)
November 2016

Smithsonian: BA Miniature Living Redwood Forest Springs Up In Brooklyn (external link)
November 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: Big Basin: Finding solitude in California’s oldest state park (external link)
November 2016

LAist: Get Into 116 California State Parks For Free On ‘Green Friday’ (external link)
November 2016

Bakersfield Californian: 10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW: Today’s guide to the obscure, the possibly relevant and things in between (external link)
November 2016

Lonely Planet: 116 California state parks free on Black Friday, November 25 (external link)
November 2016

Victor Valley News: Get A Free Pass to Visit California State Parks The Day After Thanksgiving (external link)
November 2016

Yahoo! Sports: California is trying to make #GreenFriday a thing and we are ON BOARD (external link)
November 2016

Sierra Sun Times: California State Park Organizations Invite You to Skip the Lines and Go Green on Black Friday – Local Parks Include Calaveras Big Trees (external link)
November 2016

Mashable.com: Screw Black Friday and take a free walk outside instead (external link)
November 2016

Sonoma Index Tribune: Get into 116 California state parks for free on ‘Green Friday’ (external link)
November 2016

FOX LA: California state parks offer free admission on Black Friday (external link)
November 2016

GrindTV: Green Friday program offering free day passes to 116 California State Parks (external link)
November 2016

FOX San Diego: California State Parks offers free passes for Black Friday (external link)
November 2016

NBC San Diego: 13,000 Free Passes to 116 California State Parks on ‘Green Friday’ (external link)
November 2016

KTLA: California’s 116 State Parks Offering Free Passes for Black Friday; Here’s How to Get One (external link)
November 2016

The Orange County Register: Get your free pass into state parks for Black Friday before they run out (external link)
November 2016

East Bay Times: Free admission to 116 California state parks on Friday after Thanksgiving (external link)
November 2016

LA Times: Grab a free Black Friday pass (before they’re gone) to one of 116 California parks (external link)
November 2016

KSRO: Free Admission to Sonoma County State Parks the Day After Thanksgiving (external link)
November 2016

ABC News: California State Parks give away 13K passes for Black Friday (external link)
November 2016

SF Gate: 116 California state parks will be free to visit on Black Friday (external link)
November 2016

Santa Cruz Sentinel: State parks offer free “Green Friday” passes, includes 10 Santa Cruz County parks (external link)
November 2016

Press Democrat: Get into 116 California state parks for free on ‘Green Friday’ (external link)
November 2016

NBC Bay Area: 13,000 Free Passes to 116 California State Parks on ‘Green Friday’ (external link)
November 2016

The Mercury News: Free admission to 116 California state parks on Friday after Thanksgiving (external link)
November 2016

The Soul of California: Redwood and Giant Sequoia trees – tools to combat climate change (external link)
October 2016

KCRW: CA visit to the oldest juniper tree in America (external link)
October 2016

North Coast Journal: Candelabra Trees (external link)
October 2016

Santa Cruz Sentinel: Day-long controlled burn set for Monday in Felton woods (external link)
October 2016

The Creators Project: How a Miniature Redwood Forest Landed in Downtown Brooklyn (external link)
October 2016

Gothamist: Photos: Commune With Tiny Nature At Brooklyn’s New Miniature Redwood Forest Replica (external link)
October 2016

Santa Cruz Sentinel: Protecting the Big Sur redwoods: How is climate change a threat (external link)
September 2016

The Architects Newspaper: Take a trip through this redwood forest in downtown Brooklyn tomorrow (external link)
September 2016

KQED Forum: Albino Redwoods May Hold Key to Understanding Forest Health (external link)
September 2016

Sacramento Bee: Researcher: California’s albino redwoods filter soil toxins (external link)
September 2016

Press Democrat: Mystery of California’s albino redwood trees may be solved (external link)
September 2016

Mercury News: Albino redwoods: Mystery of ‘ghosts of the forest’ may be solved (external link)
September 2016

ChicoER: Mystery of albino redwoods may have been unlocked (external link)
September 2016

SFist: Albino Redwoods, Unexplained ‘Ghosts Of The Forest,’ Might Have A Powerful Purpose (external link)
September 2016

Times-Standard: Coast Redwood symposium returns to Humboldt County (external link)
July 2016

KCBS: Interview with Emily Burns
July 2016

East Bay Times: Can California redwoods help solve global warming? (external link)
July 2016

Mercury News: Are California redwood trees the answer to global warming? (external link)
July 2016

Santa Cruz Sentinel: Redwoods potent in climate fight (external link)
July 2016

Ukiah Daily Journal: Destination Mendocino County update on local tourism (external link)
July 2016

North Coast Journal: Former Orick mill to host National Parks Service centennial (external link)
June 2016

Times-Standard: Party for the Parks (external link)
June 2016

Times-Standard: Come celebrate National Park Service in Orick (external link)
June 2016

Del Norte Triplicate: Parks celebrate 100 years (external link)
June 2016

Jefferson Public Radio: Saddle Up For Access (external link)
June 2016

NBC Bay Area: National Parks Centennial Bash (external link)
2016

North Coast Journal: Five Things You Need to Know About This Week’s Cover Story (external link)
June 2016

The Trinity Journal: Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival kicks off (external link)
June 2016

Examiner: 2016 Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival announces complete concert schedule (external link)
June 2016

Eureka Times-Standard: Headwaters Forest Reserve seeks ranch add-on (external link)
June 2016

Sacramento Bee: They’re the world’s tallest living things, and they’re all ours (external link)
June 2016

NBC Bay Area: Bennett Juniper: 4,000-Year-Old Wonder (external link)
May 2016

New York Times: In Brief: Wildlife Safaris in Nepal; New Trails in California (external link)
May 2016

Mendocino Beacon: New world opens to public (external link)
May 2016

Los Angeles Times: There are up-close views of Mendocino County’s stunning coastline on these new trails (external link)
May 2016

Redwood Times: Trail honors former Coastal Commission director (external link)
May 2016

Ukiah Daily Journal: ‘Candelabra’ redwoods part of new Lost Coast Trail in Mendocino County (external link)
May 2016

Press Democrat: New trail opens on Lost Coast in Northern Mendocino County (external link)
May 2016

The Examiner: Have trails, will travel: Off the beaten path in Mendocino County (external link)
May 2016

The Mercury News: California coast: New trail dedicated to coastal champion Peter Douglas opens Friday (external link)
May 2016

Monterey Herald: Big Sur parks get upgrades thanks to collaboration (external link)
April 2016

New York Times: In Towering Redwoods, an Abundance of Tiny, Unseen Life (external link)
April 2016

SF Gate: Kids get a chance to meet nature at UC’s BioBlitz (external link)
April 2016

KVPR.org: A Giant Sequoia Grove Near Visalia Just Got A Little Easier To Visit (external link)
February 2016

Kaweah Commonwealth: Craig Ranch Donated to BLM (external link)
February 2016

Fresno Bee: Land donation improves access to giant sequoia grove near Visalia (external link)
February 2016

Fresno Business Journal: Big donation improves access to big trees (external link)
February 2016

Porterville Recorder: Sequoia Riverlands Trust donates land (external link)
February 2016