An important note from Sam Hodder

It is my sincere hope that you and your loved ones are well and taking good care in these uncertain times. I am writing today to share how Save the Redwoods League is responding to Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Our first priority is to ensure the health and safety of our staff, partners, and community members. We are closely monitoring the situation and taking guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local health authorities. In keeping with those recommendations, we are closing our physical office, and our staff will be working from home. We are fully equipped to keep our conservation activities moving forward remotely and will remain operational as we weather this crisis. 

In the meantime, please stay safe and follow all directives from your local, state, and federal public health officials:

This pandemic will pass, and the important work of protecting California’s iconic redwood forests will continue. We will stay in close touch, sharing news of our conservation successes and reminders of the hope and resilience that the redwood forest inspires. I look forward to bright days ahead, when we can all greet each other again on the trails under the canopies of our spectacular coast redwoods and giant sequoia.

Be well.


About Sam Hodder
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Chief Enthusiast for the Outdoors (CEO) and Prez of Save the Redwoods League, Sam brings more than 25 years of experience in overseeing land conservation programs from the remote wilderness to the inner city.



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