Author Archives: Deborah White

Climate Change Discoveries Make Media Splash

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You may have heard about the surprising discoveries of the League’s Redwoods and Climate Change Initiative (RCCI) program, which drew unprecedented media coverage yesterday. Did you see the coverage in the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Jose Mercury News, the Continued

Show us Your Redwoods!

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There’s less than a week left to enter our Know Wonder© Online Photo Contest, and we’re very excited by all the entries coming in so far! Enter your photos  that capture all parts of the redwood ecosystem, from sorrel and lichens, Continued

May Membership Madness a Success!

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Many thanks to everyone who participated in our first-ever May Membership Madness campaign! We’re thrilled to welcome all our new members, and thankful for all our existing members who spread the redwood love by gifting a membership to a friend. Continued

We're in this together. Photo by Paolo Vescia

May Membership Madness!

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It’s a Great Time to Join the League! The best hope for keeping the redwoods protected is making sure there are people like you committed to supporting them year after year. That’s why I hope you’ll join us as we kick Continued

Kellogg and his Travel Log. Photo credit: Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association

The First RV was a…Redwood?

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Spring has sprung here in the Bay Area, giving me a severe case of spring fever and the desire to hit the road to points north in the redwood range, especially Humboldt Redwoods State Park, the largest continuous stretch of Continued

Mariposa Grove, Yosemite. Photo by MissMae, Flickr Creative Commons

You Have a Chance to Speak for the Trees

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There’s a lot of buzz in the news today about the proposed restoration of the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias in Yosemite National Park, including a front page article in the San Francisco Chronicle by Peter Fimrite. On Tuesday, park Continued

Peters Creek Old-Growth Forest by Paolo Vescia

Good News For Old-Growth!

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We have some good news here at Save the Redwoods League, and we’re thrilled about it! We have reached a major milestone by raising half of the $8 million cost to protect some of the tallest and oldest redwood forests Continued

Photo by William K. Matthias

Your Employer Can Double Your Impact to Protect the Forest

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I’m so pleased to report that resounding responses from our loyal and generous supporters raised the $100,000 needed to secure a matching gift for CEMEX Redwoods by December 31, 2012! Long-time League members Pete and Patty Mattson issued the challenge Continued

Free, redwoods-themed BINGO sheet.

Get online and then get outside!

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Want to encourage your child’s natural curiosity about the wonders of nature and take advantage of Cyber Monday as well? Make the most of some of the online bargains available right now, and put together a backpack kit for your Continued

RCCI scientist, Stephen C. Sillett, on a branch. Photo by Marie Antoine

A Strong Foundation for Redwoods and Climate Change

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I am delighted to announce that the League has received a grant from the San Francisco Foundation to support our Redwoods and Climate Change Initiative (RCCI)! The $100,000, 2-year grant comes from the Foundation’s Evelyn Tilden Mohrhardt Fund, which was Continued

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