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newKnowWonderThere’s less than a week left to enter our Know Wonder© Online Photo Contest, and we’re very excited by all the entries coming in so far! Enter your photos  that capture all parts of the redwood ecosystem, from sorrel and lichens, to deer and elk, to the trees themselves. Photos of friends and family enjoying the forest also are welcome.

Get your chance to win professional photography supplies, a pass to California State Parks or gear from Patagonia! Public voting will determine the contest winners, so be sure to share the contest with your friends and family.

The deadline is July 31, and you can find all the details on how to enter on our website.

There’s only one more beautiful summer weekend left before the deadline, and we have some great resources to help get you out there into the forest.

REDWOODS FINDER  Interactive Map

Check out our interactive map of the redwood regions that will help you plan your trips and learn more about the forests. You’ll find hundreds of forest facts, Flickr photos, search by location, directions by transit, trip ideas and events integrated into the parks profiles.

Parent’s Guide to the Coast Redwoods

Taking children along with you? This guide offers a wealth of travel tips, activities and more for families who want to introduce children to the wonders of the redwood forest. Sign up to receive email from the League and you can download this guide for free!

Redwood Highway Guide

Get a PDF featuring sights and activities in Humboldt Redwoods State Park and Redwood National and State Parks as well as nearby amenities.

 So what are you waiting for? Grab your camera, get out there, and good luck!

 


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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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