How California State Parks is bringing redwoods into people’s homes

We interview the interpreters who are keeping people connected to the outdoors during the COVID-19 crisis

When the state’s shelter-in-place went into effect in March, and millions of people suddenly lost access to the treasures in the north coast redwoods forests, staff at California State Parks swung into action. Building on their already successful virtual learning programs, interpreters launched a series of daily Facebook Live broadcasts from the parks.

The League’s Dana Poblete jumped on a Zoom video call with two of these interpreters – Ryan Spencer at Humboldt Redwoods State Park and Angie Edmunds at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park – to learn more about this terrific program.

The broadcasts on the North Coast Redwoods Facebook Page take place live every day at 3 p.m. and will continue as long as park visitation is limited. However, they will likely continue in some form after that.

 

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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.

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  1. Debra lam

    I am so ready to learn from those two very lovely, giving, enthusiastic young people. This is a nice way for me to stay connected to a place that I love dearly.

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