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Wear Your Support for California’s Redwood Parks

Support Save the Redwoods League — get your Parks Project t-shirt today!
Support Save the Redwoods League — get your Parks Project t-shirt today!
Thanks to a collaboration with Parks Project, you can now wear your support for California’s iconic redwood parks! Parks Project makes high-quality, made-in-America shirts, and provides vital funding for conservation in parks across America. In partnership with Save the Redwoods League, they’re releasing a t-shirt to benefit the League’s Park Support Fund that you can buy online.

Our Park Support Fund helps steward California’s redwood parks by providing direct support to expand access to parks, improve visitor experiences, restore parklands and more. With our donors’ support since 1918, the League has helped create 66 redwood parks and reserves, including Humboldt Redwoods State Park and Redwood National and State Parks. Today, we maintain a close partnership with California State Parks to restore the redwood forest, build trails and help encourage people to explore and enjoy the incredible redwood state parks.

WEAR YOUR PARK SUPPORT TODAY! (external link)

As a native of Marin County, Parks Project Cofounder Keith Eshleman has championed a business model focused on supporting parks.

“Becoming emotionally and physically invested in our parks is the most effective way to implement park conservation. The pure purpose of our business is to energize more people to get involved in protecting these beautiful places.” – Keith Eshleman

Save the Redwoods League and Parks Project invite you to show your support for redwood parks by wearing your support, joining us in the redwoods during our Free Redwoods Days, or buying an Annual Pass to enjoy California’s redwood state parks.


Parks Project logoAbout Parks Project
Parks Project (external link), an outdoor lifestyle brand, was born through volunteering with park staff, a love for the outdoors and learning about the unique projects that needed funding, advocacy and support. Parks Project has a vision that the next generation will be reinvigorated to connect with outdoor spaces they own and become ‘Park Champions.’

As a for-profit business, Parks Project supports park groups around the nation and funds various national park projects through their apparel and accessories. Parks Project’s goal is to inspire the world to protect our parks and along the way, will influence millions of people in helping them realize how they look at their relationship with the outdoors. Follow @ParksProject on Instagram, on Twitter via @parks_project, and on Facebook via @radparks (external links).


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About Justin Lindenberg

Justin Lindenberg is the Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager for Save the Redwoods League. He grew up in the woodlands of Wisconsin where he developed a passion for saving our most treasured places. His experience in forestry and raising funds guides him in his work with the League.



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