Video: Oakland High School Students in the Redwoods

Save the Redwoods League launched its Redwoods and Climate Change high school program in 2014. The program brings urban youths to the redwoods in order to connect them to their local redwood park and use the redwoods as an avenue to learn about climate change. To date we have brought 780 high school students to the forest to conduct scientific measurements on plants and to experience the special kind of beauty and awe that only the redwoods can inspire.

To learn more about the program watch our NEW video and please share it with others!

Learn more about the League’s education program.

About Deborah Zierten


Deborah joined the League's staff in 2013 as the Education & Interpretation Manager. She brings with her extensive experience teaching science, developing curriculum and connecting kids to the natural world.

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