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Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park. Photo by Jon Parmentier
Use the links below to explore the many ways you get involved and take action to support and share the wonder of the redwood forest.

Get Involved with the League

Participants at the 2014 BioBlitz in Muir Woods help the League collect important forest data.

Become a Citizen Scientist

Join the League’s new Redwood Watch and Fern Watch projects today to help redwoods survive in the future.

Volunteer Trish VanEyll helps out in the League office.

Volunteer to Help Redwoods

Contribute your time and talents to the League.


Show Your Support

Support a Project

These protection and restoration projects need your donations to succeed.

In 2010, the League completed a park enhancement project in Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve to help make the park facilities more accessible. Photo by Ken Susman

Support California State Parks

Keep up on how to pitch in for redwoods in state parks.

Tell family and friends to protect ancient redwoods with a free ecard. Photo by Miguel Vierra, Flickr Creative Commons

Send Free Ecards

Share the beauty of the redwoods for birthdays, holidays and anytime.


Get Artistic

Scott Wright’s photo protrays a barred owl in Muir Woods, winner of first prize in the 2013 Know Wonder Photo Contest.

View Our Photo Contest

See gorgeous photos that spotlight the beauty of redwood forests and the importance of protecting these natural treasures now and in the future.


Don’t forget to subscribe to our free enewsletter, Redwood Matters, to stay informed about the latest redwoods hikes, events, special offers, contests, fun facts, photos and more!

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