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Save the Redwoods League Redwood Matters
January 2016

Going Big to Protect Mailliard Ranch

Mailliard Ranch

The effort is under way to safeguard spectacular Mailliard Ranch, the largest remaining redwood property still in family hands in the entire coast range. Save the Redwoods League is working to ensure permanent protection of this 14,898-acre landscape so that its splendid ancient forest, rivers and streams, and vast array of plants and wildlife continue to survive and thrive.

Learn about the transformative Mailliard Ranch project

Discover Your SF Bay Area Parks

You can discover the San Francisco Bay Area’s more than 1 million acres of parks by visiting OutdoorVoice.org. On this new site, you’ll also learn about volunteering, open space campaigns, issues affecting parks, job opportunities, new trails and land acquisitions. Save the Redwoods League is a member of Outdoor Voice, regional coalition of organizations that create and take care of parks to protect the Bay Area’s world-famous natural wonders, including redwood forests.

Explore OutdoorVoice.org.

Supporter Spotlight:

Justin Faggioli Strategizes for a Leafy Future

As the new Chair of the Save the Redwoods League Board of Directors, Justin Faggioli is using his leadership experience to ensure our redwood forests have a vibrant future.

Read about Faggioli and his plans.

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John Muir, William Kent, Theodore Roosevelt, Stephen Mather. Many men with the same vision: To protect and preserve the natural beauty of this country so others might activate our curiosity, experience a sense of awe, and exercise our imaginations! No places accomplish that more than our many national parks.

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Sharol Nelson-Embry: Revealing Parks’ Magic
by Save the Redwoods League

If anyone knows the value of parks to community health and individual well-being, it’s Sharol Nelson-Embry, the Supervising Naturalist at the East Bay Regional Parks Crab Cove Visitors Center. She has worked at the visitor center for 24 years, bearing daily witness to the profound and positive impacts the district’s spectacular public lands exert on visitors from the Bay Area, the state and beyond.

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New Study Provides Coast Redwood Climate Forecast
by Emily Burns

Understanding how climate change impacts the world’s tallest forest is like assembling an incredibly large jigsaw puzzle; the full picture emerges slowly, one piece at time. But occasionally, a critical piece falls into place…

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