Transformation You Made Possible in 2016; 35,000 Visitors Join Us for Green Friday; Visit This Forest: Baltimore Canyon; Supporter Spotlight; In the News
Save the Redwoods League Redwood Matters
January 2017

Transformation You Made Possible in 2016

Although we’re working on our major projects of 2017, it’s important to reflect on the big victories we shared last year. Our 2016 Annual Report is now available online. With its inspiring theme “Transformation in Motion,” it is a rich, beautifully designed celebration of the incredible work we’ve accomplished together last year.

Read More: You can read the full PDF report online.

Visit This Forest:

Baltimore Canyon Open Space Preserve

Just west of Larkspur, Baltimore Canyon Open Space Preserve lies at the headwaters of Larkspur Creek. It encompasses a mixed hardwood and second-growth redwood forest that shelters one of the prettiest canyons in the San Francisco Bay Area. Any trip to the preserve demands a visit to Dawn Falls, a beautiful 25-foot cascade. The falls are a dramatic torrent of whitewater after a storm, and flow throughout the year.

Discover the Hidden Gems of Baltimore Canyon

Supporter Spotlight:

Her Conservation Roots Run Deep

Wendy Millet carries on a family tradition that stretches back to the early years of America’s conservation movement. The League Councilor’s godfather, Stephen McPherson, is the great grandson of Stephen Mather, a co-founder of the League and the first director of the National Park Service.

Learn Millet’s view on the future of forest restoration

35,000 Visitors Join Us for Green Friday

More than 35,000 people ventured into 116 state parks throughout California for Green Friday the day after Thanksgiving, an event hosted by Save the Redwoods League, California State Parks, and California State Parks Foundation. The event raised awareness of the state park system and promoted enjoyment and appreciation of California’s beautiful state parks.

See photos and what participants had to say

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