Raise your voice for a 2024 Climate Resilience Bond

Fog on Flint Ridge Redwood National Park. Photo by Jon Parmentier

Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park. Photo by Roy E. Williams II

California’s climate is changing at an alarming rate, and the impacts are being felt throughout the redwood range—as well as in our local communities. If there were ever a time to protect our natural resources, safeguard water and air quality, and reduce wildfire risk, it’s now.

Save the Redwoods League has joined a broad coalition of conservation organizations calling on Governor Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers to place a $15 billion Climate Resilience Bond on the November ballot.

Investing in natural climate solutions will have a lasting impact on our quality of life and the redwoods we love. Bond dollars will help build wildfire resilience, preserve wildlife habitat, and prepare our communities for extreme weather. Reliable funding—including a potential $700 million for California State Parks—means our amazing, carbon-storing redwood forests remain healthy and protected.

Our home, the beautiful state of California, needs your voice.

Please send a note to Governor Newsom and your elected representatives today, asking them to support a $15 billion Climate Resilience Bond.