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Free Parent's Guide to the Coast Redwoods
Free Parent’s Guide to the Coast Redwoods

With Memorial Day, school vacations, and summer travel just around the corner, we’re thrilled here at the League to introduce the first ever Parent’s Guide to the Coast Redwoods! Not just for parents, of course, the guide is a valuable resource for all the busy parents, grandparents, family members or guardians who want to plan a fun, memorable adventure into the forest.

Download the free guide for a wealth of travel tips, activities and more…all perfect for introducing children to the wonders of the redwood forest.  Want to know where your family can swim in a swimming hole surrounded by redwoods, which trails are stroller-friendly, and which park has great whale-watching? Our guide gives you the skinny on where to go, what to pack, and what to do to make the most of this special experience.

We believe that when you bring a child to the redwood forest, you create an experience they’ll remember forever—and that seeing the forest through a child’s eyes can be gratifying and inspiring for us grown-ups, too. Download your Parent’s Guide to the Coast Redwoods today, and please let us know about any redwood memories you create with your family this summer!


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About Deborah White

Deborah joined the League's staff in 2012 and serves as the Assoicate Director of Development. She brings over a decade's worth of experience fundraising for conservation organizations in the Bay Area.


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