Speak Up for Giant Sequoia NM; Bulletin Presents Major Restoration Project; Donors Enjoy Forest Events
Save the Redwoods League Redwood Matters
June 2017

Speak Up for Giant Sequoia National Monument

The Trump administration is seeking the public’s comments on Giant Sequoia National Monument and 26 other monuments, while threatening to roll back hard-won protections for these unique and spectacular places. The League is joining a coalition led by Conservation Lands Foundation to speak up for these American treasures. We have until July 10, 2017 to express how we value these public lands.

Share your comments today on MonumentsForAll.org.

Bulletin Presents New, Major Restoration Project

Residual old-growth redwoods rise above a second-growth stand in Redwood National and State Parks. Photo by Mike Shoys

The new Summer Bulletin features Redwoods Rising, our new collaborative effort to restore the magnificence of the coast redwood heartland, and our new project that buffers glorious, ancient Richardson Grove. You’ll also learn how you can make a long-lasting difference for the forest. Your feedback is important: Tell us what you think of this newsletter in a short survey, and you’ll get a chance to win an exclusive picnic blanket..

Read the Bulletin, and take the survey today.

Plan Your Summer Trips with New Map Feature

Now you can search our Discover Redwood Parks Interactive Map by 17 activities and features, including ancient redwoods, fishing, road and mountain biking, camping and dog walking.

Visit SaveTheRedwoods.org/maps.

Donors Enjoy Forest Events in SF Bay Area


Kat Taylor, right, welcomed guests including Neil Kornze, former Director of the Bureau of Land Management, to her TomKat Ranch in Pescadero.


The Alver family gathered in Butano State Park recently for the dedication of the Betsy and Larry Alver Family Grove to honor their love of the redwoods. Learn more about dedicating a redwood grove.


Members of the Redwood Legacy Circle and Redwood Leadership Circle hiked in Samuel P. Taylor State Park with our forestry scientists. Learn more about how you can participate in events like this by joining these circles.

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