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2018

 

The Mercury News: California fire map: 2,000-year-old Bennett Juniper threatened (external link)
August 2018

SF Gate: Treasured 2,000-year-old tree threatened by California wildfire (external link)
August 2018

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KGO-TV – Bennett Juniper – August 2018

Eureka Times-Standard: Clarke Museum exhibit delves into the story of Redwood National and State Parks (external link)
August 2018

The Mercury News: Yosemite fire: Flames threaten park’s giant sequoia trees (external link)
July 2018

JustLuxe.com: California’s Mendocino County: redwood forests, wines, steam trains, a glass beach, and more (external link)
July 2018

The Press Democrat: Campouts and cool walks to take this week in Sonoma County (external link)
July 2018

Half Moon Bay Magazine: Clearing The Fog (external link)
July 2018

California Now: Untouched Redwood Grove to Become a Public Park (external link)
July 2018

National Parks Traveler: Redwood National And State Parks Hold Meetings for Prairie Creek Forest and Stream Restoration (external link)
July 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Should we hide the locations of Earth’s greatest trees? (external link)
July 2018

Sonoma Index-Tribune: Hikes, meditation, competitions at Jack London State Historic Park (external link)
July 2018

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CBS News – July 2018

CBS News: Mapping the genome of redwoods (external link)
July 2018

Sunset.com: A New Redwoods Reserve Is Opening in Sonoma County in 2021 (external link)
July 2018

Backpacker.com: New Redwood Park Coming to Sonoma Coast (external link)
July 2018

Travelers Today: California Is Turning A Redwood Tree Grove Into A Public Park (external link)
July 2018

CBS SF Bay Area: Scientists Map Old-Growth Redwoods’ Genome to Preserve Future Forests (external link)
July 2018

California Patch: Group Acquires 730 Acres Of Sonoma Old-Growth Redwoods (external link)
June 2018

Lonely Planet: California is getting a new public redwood park (external link)
June 2018

Bay Nature: The Discovery of the Oldest Redwood South of Mendocino Marks a New Era (external link)
June 2018

Palo Alto Weekly: New redwoods reserve to open to the public (external link)
June 2018

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KCRA (NBC 3) – June 2018
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KRON 4 – June 2018
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KPIX (CBS 5) – June 2018
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KTVU (FOX 2) – June 2018
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KGO (ABC 11) – June 2018
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KCRA (NBC 3) – June 2018
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KPIX (CBS 5)- June 2018
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KCRA (NBC 3) – June 2018

AP News: Redwood grove on California coast to become public park (external link)
June 2018

KCBS-AM: Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve (external link)
June 2018

KGO-AM: Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve (external link)
June 2018

SF Chronicle: Family’s legendary grove of old-growth redwoods preserved (external link)
June 2018

The Mercury News & East Bay Times: New California redwood park larger than Muir Woods created on Sonoma Coast (external link)
June 2018

Marin Independent-Journal: ‘Another Muir Woods’: Ancient North Bay redwood forest purchased for park (external link)
June 2018

Times-Standard: New redwoods park larger than Muir Woods (external link)
June 2018

Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Save the Redwoods League acquires oldest tree in Sonoma County (external link)
June 2018

KTVU.com: Largest deal to protect old-growth redwood trees in California in 20 years (external link)
June 2018

PR Newswire: Largest Old-Growth Coast Redwood Forest in Private Hands Now Permanently Protected by Save the Redwoods League (external link)
June 2018

The Mercury News: Butler: The afterglow of giving burns brighter with a tax deduction (external link)
June 2018

The Sonoma Index-Tribune: Outdoors: Hiking in Sonoma Valley, June 15-30 (external link)
June 2018

Eureka Times Standard: A free year of ‘forest bathing’ (external link)
June 2018

The Mercury News: Election 2018: Environmental measures were big winners in California, Bay Area races (external link)
June 2018

Daily Democrat: Environmental causes boosted by statewide election (external link)
June 2018

KCBS: Red Hill Grove: Interview with Sam Hodder (external link)
May 2018

KQED: Red Hill Grove (external link)
May 2018

The Mercury News: Taller than Niagara Falls: Giant sequoia forest preserved in landmark conservation deal (external link)
May 2018

KTVU: San Francisco redwood conservationists fundraising to protect 1,000-year-old California sequoias (external link)
May 2018

Redwood Times: 2018 declared the Year of the Redwoods (external link)
May 2018

Eureka Times Standard: Capitol Tracker: McGuire bills aims to give more time to prosecute for illegal timber conversions to cannabis farms (external link)
May 2018

World Itineraries: Celebrating its Centennial, ‘Save the Redwoods League’ embraces protection plan for the ancient giants (external link)
May 2018

Via Magazine:
Must-Visit Wild and Quiet National Parks
(external link)
May 2018

Eureka Times-Standard: Redwoods Parks make pact with group to restore old growth in Humboldt, Del Norte (external link)
April 2018

Del Norte Triplicate: Groups partner to save the redwoods (external link)
April 2018

KIEM (NBC 3): New partnership and funding aimed towards rising the redwoods (external link)
April 2018

Santa Rosa Press Democrat: California’s towering redwoods face uncertain future, report says (external link)
April 2018

Johns Hopkins Health Review: Reading the Trees (external link)
April 2018

KTVU.com: New redwood park set to open in Silicon Valley (external link)
April 2018

KGO (ABC 7): Save the Redwoods League president discusses SF Earth Day event (external link)
April 2018

KRON 4: San Francisco celebrates Earth Day early (external link)
April 2018

The Mercury News & East Bay Times: Bay Area Earth Day Events for 2018 (external link)
April 2018

FunCheapSF: San Francisco Earth Day 2018 Festival & Climate Rally | Civic Center (external link)
April 2018

STEPin2: Come join us and celebrate Earth Day San Francisco 2018 (external link)
April 2018

This Is My Happiness blog: What to do in Northern California in April (external link)
April 2018

(FYI) Outdoor Industry Association: 2,802 MILES OF TRAIL TO BE IMPROVED ON NATIONAL TRAILS DAY® (external link)
April 2018

KTVU: San Francisco scientists take an unprecedented look at California’s redwood trees (external link)
April 2018

KPIX: How Logging Could Help Save California’s Redwood Forests (external link)
April 2018

KRCR: Gov. agencies unite to ‘bring back ancient Redwood forest on the North Coast’ (external link)
April 2018

Redwood Times: New idea takes root to save old-growth redwoods: Losing smaller trees could help to save grand old ones (external link)
April 2018

East Bay Times: Environmentalist plan to thin 10,000 acres of trees in Northern California’s old-growth redwood forests (external link)
April 2018

Marin Independent Journal: Report sounds alarm for Marin’s old redwoods (external link)
April 2018

KGO-TV: Save the Redwoods League president discusses SF Earth Day event (external link)
April 2018

KQED Forum: Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Report Says Thinning Forests Key to Saving Redwoods (external link)
April 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: A plea to save California’s treasured coast redwoods, giant sequoias (external link)
April 2018

Los Angeles Times: Happy Earth Day! Five redwood parks you’ve never heard of — and why you should go (external link)
April 2018

Greenwire: To save Calif. redwoods, enviros plan to give logging a try (external link)
April 2018

The Working Forest: Redwoods League Scientists Reveal Need For Forest Conservation Efforts (external link)
April 2018

Berkeleyside: The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley, weekend of April 20-22 (external link)
April 2018

Daily Democrat: Logging idea takes root to save venerable redwood trees (external link)
April 2018

KRCR: Gov. agencies unite to ‘bring back ancient Redwood forest on the North Coast’ (external link)
April 2018

All things ARB: San Francisco scientists take an unprecedented look at California’s redwood trees (external link)
April 2018

The Mercury News: Environmentalists plan logging to restore California’s redwood forests (external link)
April 2018

CBS SF Bay Area: How Logging Could Help Save California’s Redwood Forests (external link)
April 2018

KTVU: San Francisco scientists take an unprecedented look at California’s redwood trees (external link)
April 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: The 5 best spots around Santa Cruz to see redwoods (external link)
April 2018

MelindaMyers.com: Take a Hike Through the Redwoods – Save the Redwoods Celebrates 100 Years (external link)
April 2018

MelindaMyers.com: Reading the Redwoods Contest (external link)
April 2018

Lonely Planet Kids: The planet’s coolest jobs: redwood tree doctor (external link)
March 2018

Bay Area Parent: Bay Area Earth Day Events (external link)
March 2018

Boston Herald: Save the Redwoods League & New York Times Bestselling Author T. A. Barron Launch “Reading the Redwoods” Contest for Elementary Students Across the U.S. (external link)
March 2018

KVVU-TV Fox 5 Las Vegas: Save the Redwoods League & New York Times Bestselling Author T. A. Barron Launch “Reading the Redwoods” Contest for Elementary Students Across the U.S. (external link)
March 2018

Mammoth Times: Save the Redwoods League & New York Times Bestselling Author T. A. Barron Launch “Reading the Redwoods” Contest for Elementary Students Across the U.S. (external link)
March 2018

MyMotherLode.com: Save the Redwoods League & New York Times Bestselling Author T. A. Barron Launch “Reading the Redwoods” Contest for Elementary Students Across the U.S. (external link)
March 2018

NBC 12 On Your Side: Save the Redwoods League & New York Times Bestselling Author T. A. Barron Launch “Reading the Redwoods” Contest for Elementary Students Across the U.S. (external link)
March 2018

Silicon Valley Globe: Save the Redwoods League & New York Times Bestselling Author T. A. Barron Launch “Reading the Redwoods” Contest for Elementary Students Across the U.S. (external link)
March 2018

The Daily Telescope: Save the Redwoods League & New York Times Bestselling Author T. A. Barron Launch “Reading the Redwoods” Contest for Elementary Students Across the U.S. (external link)
March 2018

Forbes: Lonely Planet Names the Top 10 Places to Visit in the U.S. for 2018 (external link)
March 2018

Del Norte Triplicate: Redwood National Park marks 50 years (external link)
February 2018

KCET: The Birth of California’s State Park System (external link)
February 2018

NBC Bay Area: Eye a Nifty New Tool for Redwoods Exploration (external link)
February 2018

VIVA: This Place is Officially the Best U.S. Destination for 2018 (external link)
February 2018

MSN.com: Pack Your Bags: This Place Was Just Named the #1 U.S. Destination for 2018 (external link)
February 2018

Oakland Magazine: Parks May Get Financial Boost (external link)
February 2018

The Sacramento Bee: The top spot to visit in the U.S.? It’s in Northern California, says travel site (external link)
February 2018

Valerie and Valise: Where to See the Redwoods Near San Francisco (external link)
February 2018

The Washington Post: Decoding the Redwoods (external link)
February 2018

Yuba.net: California State Parks Begins Study of Fallen, Iconic ‘Tunnel Tree’ in Calaveras Big Trees State Park (external link)
February 2018

MyMotherLode.com: Famous Fallen ‘Tunnel Tree’ Study To Begin (external link)
February 2018

Times Standard: We’re No. 1: California’s Redwood Coast tops travel website’s ‘Best in the US’ 2018 list (external link)
February 2018

NBC12.com: Lonely Planet names Richmond one of the best places to visit in 2018 (external link)
February 2018

The Reporter: Northern California’s Redwood Coast tops Lonely Planet’s ‘Best in the US’ 2018 list (external link)
February 2018

KTVU: Lonely Planet dubs California redwood coast No. 1 U.S. destination in 2018: Lonely Planet (external link)
February 2018

Huffington Post: Lonely Planet’s Top U.S. Destination Of 2018 Is An Underrated Treasure (external link)
February 2018

Today.com: Here are the top US places to see in 2018 (external link)
February 2018

The Mirror UK: Lonely Planet reveals the best places in the USA to visit in 2018 (external link)
February 2018

Lonely Planet: The Best in the US destinations for 2018 (external link)
February 2018

LA Times: Lonely Planet picks California’s Redwood Coast as top U.S. place to go in 2018 (external link)
February 2018

Lonely Planet: What it costs to visit the Best in the US destinations for 2018 (external link)
February 2018

SF Gate: Famous trees of California (external link)
January 2018

The Mercury News: 5 epic hikes through California’s ancient sequoia and redwood groves (external link)
January 2018

East Bay Times: 5 epic hikes through California’s ancient sequoia and redwood groves (external link)
January 2018

The Monthly: Parks May Get Financial Boost (external link)
January 2018

J. The Jewish News of Northern California: Tu B’Shevat in the Bay means Tu B’Shevat in the redwoods (external link)
January 2018

KTVU: Tea ceremony, music at San Francisco park to honor the redwood tree (external link)
January 2018

newKerala.com: Save the Redwoods League Celebrates 100 Years of Protecting California’s Majestic Coast Redwood and Giant Sequoia Forests (external link)
January 2018

Chico Enterprise-Record: Free redwood parks passes available second Saturdays this year (external link)
January 2018

Lonely Planet: See California’s redwood forests for free and help protect them into the future (external link)
January 2018

Patch Milpitas: Free Admission To California Redwoods State Parks 2018 (external link)
January 2018

ABC 30 Fresno: California state parks offering free admission on some Saturdays (external link)
January 2018

NBC San Diego: Redwoods State Parks: Free Second Saturdays in 2018 (external link)
January 2018

YubaNet.com: Save the Redwoods League to Provide Free Day-Use Admission to Visitors at Redwood State Parks on the Second Saturday of Each Month in 2018 (external link)
January 2018

The Press Democrat: Redwoods League offers free passes to California’s redwood parks (external link)
January 2018

Eureka Times-Standard: Redwood State Parks offer ‘Second Saturdays’ park passes (external link)
January 2018

The Tribune (San Luis Obispo): Take a look at some of the redwoods state parks you can visit for free in 2018 (external link)
January 2018

NBC Bay Area: Redwoods State Parks: Free Second Saturdays in 2018 (external link)
January 2018

The Mercury News/East Bay Times: Free admission coming to 40 California redwood state parks, once a month, starting Saturday (external link)
January 2018

The Mercury News/East Bay Times: 2018 dates for free admission to redwood parks (external link)
January 2018

Fox 11 Los Angeles: Visit California’s redwood state parks for free (external link)
January 2018
Los Angeles Times: Let the events of 1918 shape your travels in 2018 (external link)
January 2018

KTVU-TV: Visit California’s redwood state parks for free (external link)
January 2018

Mendocino Voice: Save the Redwoods League turns 100, gives you free park tickets (external link)
January 2018

The Sacramento Bee: Here are your chances to visit California’s redwoods for free at state parks (external link)
January 2018

The Modest Bee: Here are your chances to visit California’s redwoods for free at state parks (external link)
January 2018

Red Tricycle: Free Second Saturdays at the CA Redwoods State Parks Throughout 2018 (external link)
January 2018

2017

LA Times: Let the events of 1918 shape your travels in 2018 (external link)
November 2017

The Northcoast Environmental Center: 94 Years and Counting: Research Continues in Fritz Wonder Plot (external link)
November 2017

The California Aggie: Conserving genetic diversity of ancient, towering California trees (external link)
November 2017

Press Democrat: California State Parks offer a break from food, shopping (external link)
November 2017

SF Gate: Redwoods Friday offers free admission to state parks (external link)
November 2017

Sierra Sun Times: California State Parks Encourages You to Head Outdoors This Thanksgiving Holiday and Share Your Story with California State Parks Over the Black Friday Weekend (external link)
November 2017

Sonoma Index-Tribune: Education Roundup: Nov. 21 (external link)
November 2017

Yuba News: California State Parks Encourages You to Head Outdoors this Thanksgiving Holiday (external link)
November 2017

KPCC: Could Redwood Friday be the new Black Friday? (external link)
November 2017

Press Democrat: Sonoma County redwoods lure crowd into quiet woods on year’s busiest shopping day (external link)
November 2017

San Luis Obispo Tribune: Want to skip Black Friday chaos? You can get free passes to these state parks instead (external link)
November 2017

Weekend Sherpa: Redwoods Friday: How’s this for a post-Thanksgiving plan: on Black Friday, you’ll be seeing red … as in magnificent redwoods!… (external link)
November 2017

Sacramento Bee: Want to skip Black Friday chaos? You can get free passes to these state parks instead (external link)
November 2017

Fresno Bee: Want to skip Black Friday chaos? You can get free passes to these state parks instead (external link)
November 2017

NBC San Diego: #RedwoodsFriday Launches: Free Day-Use Passes (external link)
November 2017

San Francisco Patch: #RedwoodsFriday Free Day-Use Admission at 40+ Redwood State Parks (external link)
November 2017

Sonoma Index-Tribune: How to get free admission to see the redwoods in Sonoma County (external link)
November 2017

RV Daily Report: How to get free passes to 40 California state parks on Black Friday (external link)
November 2017

Del Norte Triplicate: Redwoods Parks: Free access day (external link)
November 2017

Los Angeles Times: How to get free passes to 40 California state parks on Black Friday (external link)
November 2017

KIEM: Limited number of free state park passes available for Black Friday (external link)
November 2017

Cheese Traveller: How to get free admission to see the redwoods in Sonoma County (external link)
November 2017

True Viral News: Free Day-Use Admission to Visitors at 40+ Redwood State Parks (external link)
November 2017

News9.com: Save the Redwoods League to Provide Free Day-Use Admission to Visitors at 40+ Redwood State Parks on the Day after Thanksgiving (external link)
November 2017

KTVU: Redwoods Friday: 2,500 Free Passes for Black Friday to More Than 40 State parks (external link)
November 2017

NBC Bay Area: #RedwoodsFriday Launches: Free Day-Use Passes (external link)
November 2017

The Mendocino Voice: Get your free passes to see the redwoods starting now (external link)
November 2017

KTVU: Diss the mall! Free California park passes as antidote to Black Friday shopping (external link)
November 2017

KCET: Old-Growth Infrastructure: Redwood in Los Angeles (external link)
October 2017

UC Davis Department of Plant Sciences: Genome Project Will Restore Health of Coast Redwood and Giant Sequoia Forests (external link)
October 2017

UC Davis, Department of Plant Sciences: Genome Project Will Restore Health of Coast Redwood and Giant Sequoia Forests (external link)
October 2017

UC Davis Egghead Blog: Genome Project Aims to Restore Health of Redwood and Giant Sequoia Forests (external link)
October 2017

The Davis Enterprise: UCD, Save the Redwoods League launch genome project (external link)
October 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

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