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Help Dedicate a Members Centennial Grove

We’re doing something new and exciting in honor of our Centennial: inviting individual supporters to join together to permanently dedicate the Members Centennial Grove 2018 in Peters Creek Old-Growth Forest. And, I need your help.

Peters Creek Old-Growth Forest is home to giant coast redwoods. Photo by Paolo Vescia
Peters Creek Old-Growth Forest is home to giant coast redwoods. Photo by Paolo Vescia
I invite you to be a part of this unique crowdfunding effort.

In 2014, the League protected this forest from the threat of subdivision and development — and now, the healing begins. By joining with fellow supporters, you will ensure we can care for this irreplaceable landscape — a secret gem where time stands still and surprises delight the senses around every corner.

Dedicating a grove is a special honor — and by joining together with fellow supporters, you can leave a permanent legacy in the redwoods.

Giving opportunities start at just $25, and each level comes with a unique Centennial gift to celebrate your contribution and commitment to our redwood forests. You’ll receive an exclusive invitation to visit the Members Grove next year. And we’ll also send you a Centennial magnet that you can use to proudly display your support of our efforts to protect and restore the redwoods and connect people to their peace and beauty.

Join with fellow supporters now to raise $100,000 to dedicate the Members Centennial Grove 2018 in Peters Creek Old-Growth Forest.

Peters Creek Old-Growth Forest, a truly unspoiled gem, is often called the “Bay Area’s Lost World.” It is a mysterious place apart from the city — but within an hour’s drive of urban landscapes.

With your help today, these ancient redwoods will be dedicated to honor everything we’ve achieved together in our first hundred years and remind us of our ambitious goals to continue this work into the next century.

Choose your giving level now — each comes with a Centennial gift — make a permanent investment in the stewardship and care of the redwoods.

HELP DEDICATE A MEMBERS CENTENNIAL GROVE


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About Kate Berry

Kate Berry is the Senior Manager of Annual Giving. She manages the League’s comprehensive and integrated annual giving program. She is a Bay Area native, loves 80’s music, and her favorite place to see redwoods is Hendy Woods State Park.



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