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Thank you to the more than 200 members for completing our survey about our 2010 redwoods calendar. We’ll use your feedback to produce our next calendar. Twelve respondents chosen at random won a League stainless steel water bottle or jute grocery bag for completing the survey.

Survey highlights:

  • A great majority of respondents use and like the calendar as it is, and they want us to continue producing it. Most of these respondents said they like the calendar because of its beautiful photos and because it’s useful. (The handful of respondents who do not want the calendar will not receive one in the future.)
  • According to respondents’ suggestions, we’ll deliver the calendar a month earlier (in October), and we’ll make the dates easier to read.
  • 87 percent said the calendar makes them feel good about supporting the League
  • 63 percent said they learn more about the League’s accomplishments and activities from the calendar
  • Reserve Your 2011 Redwoods Calendar

    Get your Save the Redwoods League 2011 calendar featuring breathtaking photos of the forests that our members have helped to protect! Produced on recycled paper using soy inks, this green calendar will remind you of the natural wonders your dollars are protecting for current and future generations.

    The 2011 redwoods calendar is a benefit for generous members who make a gift of $250 or more annually to the League.



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