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This is a place for personal insights into our work by Save the Redwoods League leaders. You can explore posts by category: It Takes a Forest SM focuses on League project and program updates; Off the Beaten Path gets you into the redwood forest; Redwoods Futures illuminates the issues affecting our redwood forests; and The Eighth Wonders explores the art, education, and science of the redwood forests. Please join the conversation by posting your stories and comments.

Majestic coast redwood tree.

Welcome to Our New Blog

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Thank you for visiting our Giant Thoughts blog. Giant Thoughts is a place for personal insights into our organization and our work. The blog not only allows us to hear from you and build our online community, but it also Continued


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Videos, Films Support State Parks Facing Closure

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Keep up on the effort to save nearly 70 California State Parks, including redwood parks, from closure by watching these recently created videos and movies. Forward them to friends: public service announcements by our partner, California State Parks Foundation; The First 70, a short film about Californians uniting to develop solutions to the parks crisis.

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Jeff Norman

Event Honors Naturalist, History of Big Sur Parcel

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A celebration this month commemorated the late naturalist Jeff Norman (pictured) and his commitment to protecting Big Sur. His property was safeguarded when it was sold to Save the Redwoods League.

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League Honored: Cal State Parks Grants Award for Partnership

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California State Parks (CSP) honored Save the Redwoods League on May 19, 2010, with its prestigious Dewitt Award for Partnership, which recognizes commitment above and beyond the call of duty in protecting public lands over a substantial time period. CSP presents this award to those who have served as irreplaceable partners in the accomplishment of its mission.

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40 Acres of Redwoods Purchased in Big Sur

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Thanks to our generous members, Save the Redwoods League on April 15, 2010, bought a never-harvested 40-acre redwood property in a steep canyon surrounded by Los Padres National Forest.

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