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New Ed Grantees: Groups teach thousands about redwood forests

Photo by EarthTeam
Photo by EarthTeam

Save the Redwoods League awarded 34 grants in 2011 to nonprofit organizations to foster a deeper understanding of redwood forests through personal visits and educational experiences among diverse groups of adults and children.

Since 2000, we have awarded more than 300 grants to dedicated educators who provide high-quality redwood forest education both in and out of the classroom.

See the recipients of our Education Grants.

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About Save the Redwoods League


Since 1918, Save the Redwoods League has protected and restored redwood forests and connected people with their peace and beauty so these wonders of the natural world flourish.

We Need Redwood Enthusiasts for Video


Save the Redwoods League needs volunteers for our “Why I Love Redwoods” video shoot at Muir Woods National Monument from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday, October 12. We will feature the video on our website and social media outlets. If you are interested, please email by September 30.

Jeff Norman

Event Honors Naturalist, History of Big Sur Parcel


A celebration this month commemorated the late naturalist Jeff Norman (pictured) and his commitment to protecting Big Sur. His property was safeguarded when it was sold to Save the Redwoods League. The celebration featured the unveiling of a new plaque marking the history of 20 acres that we recently purchased and restored in 2010, thanks to our members. The ridgetop property, bordered by Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park and Los Padres National Forest, is upslope from old-growth redwood forest. Learn more about the property.

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