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A LOOK INSIDE
Enjoy the following select features from the beautiful printed edition of Redwoods magazine. Redwoods is a showcase of redwoods conservation stories by leading scientists and writers, as well as breathtaking photos, answers to readers’ questions, and how you can help the forest.
Photo by Victoria ReederFEATUREThe Giant Sequoia Conservation Project of Our LifetimesThe League is rallying to protect, restore, and connect people with Alder Creek, the world’s largest privately owned ancient giant sequoia forest.
Photo by Max ForsterFEATURE A New Recipe for Fire ResilienceUnique challenges spur the League to explore novel approaches to protect Red Hill’s giant sequoia from severe wildfires.
Photo by Janne HuttunenCOMMUNITY VOICES Communing With Some of the Biggest Trees on EarthJon Mooallem, a writer at large for The New York Times Magazine, deals with the bigness of giant sequoia head on.
Photo by Paolo VesciaASK THE EXPERTS How do nonprofits support government investment in parks? Nonprofits have been essential in creating, expanding, restoring, and connecting visitors with our national parks.
Photo by Paolo Vescia & Max ForsterINFOGRAPHIC The Largest Species of Trees on Earth While the coast redwood is the tallest tree on the planet, the giant sequoia has it beat when it comes to volume.
Photo by Matt Wade, Flickr Creative CommonsCHAMPIONING FORESTSRepresenting Redwoods in the CapitolVital decisions regarding the future of our redwood forests occur daily in the California State Legislature and in Congress. So, at the League, we take our work on behalf of redwoods to these places.
President and CEO Sam Hodder
Chief Marketing and Communications Officer and Editorial Director
Director of Communications and Editor
Senior Manager of Marketing Communications and Managing Editor
Writer/Storyteller and Editor Dana Poblete
Print Art Direction and Design Day Projects
Online Design Marcos Castineiras, Digital Marketing Manager
Since 1918, Save the Redwoods League has protected and restored redwood forests and connected people with their peace and beauty so these wonders of the natural world flourish. Your donations help us purchase redwood forests and the surrounding lands needed to nurture them; regenerate logged forests so they become spectacular havens for future generations; study how to best protect and restore these global treasures; and introduce people to these magical places.
Richard Campbell, Director of Restoration, joined the League’s staff in 2012. He brings more than a decade of experience working in forest management and restoration.
Mary Flaherty is a freelance reporter and copyeditor. She has reported for several local newspapers and copyedited for the San Francisco Chronicle.
Max Forster is a coast redwood enthusiast and photographer based in Humboldt County, California. His work has been published by American Forests and various online outlets.
Glen Martin was an environmental reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle for many years, and has contributed to more than 50 magazines, including Discover, Audubon, Forbes, and Outside.
Jon Mooallem is a writer at large for The New York Times Magazine and Pop-Up Magazine, a contributor to This American Life, and author of Wild Ones.
Dana Poblete joined the League in 2019 as Writer/Storyteller and Editor, bringing broad experience covering sustainability-focused lifestyles, travel, and environmental advocacy for print magazines, nonprofits, and mission-driven brands.
Victoria Reeder is a conservation photographer excited about preserving redwoods and working to help all of us have equal access to nature. Her work has been published in Audubon, Alpinist, outdoor adventure books, and various online publications.
Kristen Shive, PhD, is the League’s Director of Science. She has decades of experience in fire management and ecological research in national parks, including Yosemite.
Paolo Vescia is a lover of trees and an award-winning photographer based in Pacifica, California. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Smithsonian, Rolling Stone, and various California newspapers.
Roy Williams is a landscape photographer utilizing photography to inspire conservation of our living world. His work has been published by Yosemite Conservancy and various online publications.
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