As the pandemic destabilizes funding for outdoor programs nationwide, the League’s free K-12 field trips to the redwoods nourish bodies and minds. Curriculum units combine classroom exercises, outdoor activities on schools’ campuses, and field trips, while lessons integrate math, science, and art.
Jorge Ramos, a new Councilor for Save the Redwoods League, aims to expand young people’s understanding of carbon cycling and sequestration in ecosystems. “I look forward to working with the members of the League so we can all continue to protect and restore these forests through authentic and inclusive connections with the public.”
Save the Redwoods League was pleased to welcome dozens of members of the Redwood Leadership Circle, Canopy Club, and Redwood Legacy Circle back into coast redwood and giant sequoia forests in 2021. Members protect our redwood forests for the future through their generosity today, and receive exclusive benefits, including invitations to events like these. Join us!