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Dedicate a Redwood Grove or Tree

Photo by Dave Baselt, RedwoodHikes.com

You may remember the moment you first looked up at a redwood tree and felt in awe of nature. You can keep this moment alive for future generations by dedicating a special place in the redwoods.

Whether you are looking to honor your own or a loved one’s connection to the redwoods, your generous gift will protect the redwood forest for generations to come.

Gifts of $250,000 or more to Save the Redwoods League may be recognized with a grove sign in an old-growth redwood grove. Gifts of $75,000 or more may be recognized with a grove sign in a beautiful second-growth redwood forest. Named groves can also be dedicated in restored forests or in the wilder reaches of the redwood forest.
 

$250,000+ Dedicate a majestic, old-growth redwood grove in one of California’s iconic forests. A sign bearing the grove name may be placed in the grove along a park trail or road.
$75,000+ Dedicate an accessible grove located along a park trail or road with a grove sign.
$50,000+ Dedicate a grove along a park trail or road in a mature second-growth redwood forest.
$35,000+ Dedicate a wilderness grove in the quiet and deep reaches of the forest. These off-trail groves are perfect for making a beautiful, symbolic tribute.
$25,000+ Dedicate a restoration grove in a young, recovering redwood forest and help create the forest of future generations.
$2,500+ Dedicate a single tree. Both accessible and wilderness options are available.

How to Make a Gift

  • Make your gift today, or over a period of one to five years (for gifts of $25,000+).
  • Designate Save the Redwoods League in your will or trust. With this option, the grove or tree will be dedicated upon gift distribution. Our staff will work closely with your family, executors or trustees to find a place in the forest to honor your gift.

How to Get Started

Please contact Jennifer Verhines at (415) 820-5830 or email jverhines@SaveTheRedwoods.org for more information and to arrange your site visit.

You can view the complete list of others who have dedicated groves and trees over the decades.

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