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Join us for Tea with a Tree at Tu B’Shevat in the Park!

Help us kick off our year-long Centennial Celebration with day to celebrate trees! Photo by Anthony Ambrose
Help us kick off our year-long Centennial Celebration with a day to celebrate trees! Photo by Anthony Ambrose
Tu B’Shevat is a day to celebrate the trees and the work we all must do to keep our planet green and healthy for generations. Come celebrate Tu B’Shevat in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park this Sunday, January 28, 2018, where we’ll reimagine the day’s traditional ritual and inspire friends and families to plant trees for our future. Plus, we’ll have tea and cookies for all those who attend.

Tu B’Shevat in the Park is hosted by Save the Redwoods League and Reboot, and the event will feature performances by PAULA FRAZER, GEOGRAPHER, JEREMIAH LOCKWOOD AND ZACH ROGUE. Artist, JESSICA TULLY will also lead the formation of a human tree.

Tu B’Shevat in the Park
Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018
2:00 – 5:00 pm

Heroes Grove at WWI Memorial in Golden Gate Park
(Located on Fulton Street between 10th and 11th Avenue)
Parking Garage at 10th Avenue and Fulton next to the DeYoung Museum
Visit our events page for more information.

Save the Redwoods League is celebrating our 100th year in 2018 and kicking off our year-long Centennial Celebration with Tu B’Shevat in the Park. Learn more about our 100-year history and our other upcoming events.

Tu B’Shevat in the Park is presented by Reboot (external link) and Save the Redwoods League with community partners BimBam, Birthright Experience of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund, The Brandeis School of San Francisco, Congregation Beth Sholom, Congregation B’nai Emunah – San Francisco, Congregation Emanu-El, Hebrew Free Loan of San Francisco, HoneymoonIsrael, InterfaithFamily/San Francisco Bay Area, Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, Kevah, Osher Marin JCC, Russian-Jewish Moishe House San Francisco, San Francisco based Jewish Community Federation, Sha’ar Zahav, Congregation Sherith Israel, YAD of the SF-based Jewish Community Federation, and the Yeashore Community.


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About Georgia Young

Georgia is Director of Major Gifts at Save the Redwoods League. She is passionate about connecting philanthropists with conservation projects that protect our special places for the future.



Janet Jackson with students.

Janet Jackson Explores Local Redwood Watershed with Inner City Youth

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Jackson does what she can to expand the horizons of her students. Each month she takes three or four students to a regional park for an extended hike. She has also participated in outreach programs sponsored by universities and conservation groups, including Exploring Your Watershed, a Save the Redwoods League project that teaches kids about the linkages between the East Bay’s redwood forests and San Francisco Bay.


Free Second Saturdays at Redwood State Parks 2018. Photo by Paolo Vescia

Celebrate the League’s Centennial in Redwood State Parks

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In celebration of the League’s Centennial year, we invite everyone to experience the sights and sounds of more than 40 of California’s redwood state parks—for free! Every second Saturday of each month in 2018, Save the Redwoods League and California State Parks will be hosting a Free Redwoods Day.

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