Thank You for a Momentous Year

In the world of redwoods conservation, a single year can make all the difference. Even as Save the Redwoods League celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2018, we continued to win new protections for rare old-growth redwood groves, launched a groundbreaking forest restoration project, conducted vital scientific research, and connected new audiences to the stunning beauty of redwood forests.

Learn more in our fiscal year 2018-19 annual report about the accomplishments our supporters made possible. From all of us at Save the Redwoods League, thank you for joining us to protect California’s most inspiring landscapes for future generations.

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Annual report 2019

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About Save the Redwoods League


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.

Thinning work in the redwoods

Year’s Work Sets Forests on Path to Healing and Fire Resilience


Healing historically logged and damaged redwood forests is a multifaceted process, involving deep research, meticulous planning, fundraising, and a great deal of hard, dirty work.

This is the second largest tree in the Black Mountain Grove, showing heavy indications from fire. Thankfully, it seems to have survived. Photo by Max Forster

Surprising Number of Giant Sequoia Killed in 2017 Pier Fire Prompting Study


Giant sequoia are remarkably fire resistant, so it was unusual to find at least 50 monarch trees (sequoia greater than three feet in diameter) that were killed in the Black Mountain Grove.

6 Responses to “Thank You for a Momentous Year”

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    Sandy Waters aka Sandra

    When I visited the redwoods, it was such a moving and beautiful experience that I retain and cherish that memory. Often when I go to sleep, I again take that walk. Thank you for preserving the Redwoods..

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    Migliore Joseph

    I am so grateful for the Save the Redwoods League, it’s supporters and partners taking up the mission to save our magnificent redwoods.
    Thank you, thank you!

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    Mary Ostendorf

    God bless your work. I am a 82 year old retired nurse , and I can not donate now, but my prayers are with you


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