Author Archives: Jennifer Charney

AvatarAs Senior Manager of Marketing Communications, Jennifer has produced the Save the Redwoods League magazine, newsletters, annual report, calendar and other publications since she joined the organization in 2007. She brings a lifelong love of nature to her role.

The Diaz family of San Jose visiting Samuel P. Taylor State Park

Program Connects 30,000 Visitors to Parks

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The redwood forests are among the Diaz family’s favorite places. Jami, her husband Xavier, and their sons, Nolan, 8, and Hollis, 4, love to take trips from their San Jose home to decompress among the giant trees. So when they learned on Facebook about the League’s 2018 Free Second Saturdays in redwood parks, they jumped at the chance to explore different forests.

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Selam Jaser and her son Zachary learn about the plants and animals of the redwood forests in our new interactive booth. Photo by Paolo Vescia

Festival Reveals Redwoods’ Secrets, Superpowers and Wonder

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Save the Redwoods League infused San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza with the redwood forests’ magnificence at the April 21 Earth Day festival themed “Stand for the Redwoods, Stand for The Future.” Read on to discover the forests’ secrets in highlights of our interactive talks with the League’s staff.

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The Inspiring Response to Free Redwood Parks Day

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Group after smiling group rolled into Samuel P. Taylor State Park on November 27 for the first Free Redwood Parks Day sponsored by Save the Redwoods League, all of them happy to be in the forest’s embrace instead of fighting mall crowds on Black Friday.

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Towering coast redwoods create a cathedral-like setting in Loma Mar Redwoods. Photo by Paolo Vescia

Celebrate Spring at a Forest You Recently Opened

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Along scenic Pescadero Creek Road in San Mateo County, you’ll find a newly opened redwood forest where you can hike, thanks to donations from generous Save the Redwoods League members like you. If you’re looking for a way to mark Continued

Loma Mar Propety. Photo by Paolo Vescia

How Not to Get Lost in the Forest

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Spring and summer are popular times to visit the redwood forest. Are you prepared to find your way around? I thought I was, but I got lost. It was one of the few times I’ve been lost in my decades Continued

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