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Twlya Weinberg, right, enjoys time in her grove with Megan Derhammer, the League‰Ûªs Major Gifts Officer of the Grove and Honor Tree Program.
Twlya Weinberg, right, enjoys time in her grove with Megan Derhammer, the League‰Ûªs Major Gifts Officer of the Grove and Honor Tree Program.

Summer brings beautiful weather for touring groves that you can dedicate to a loved one or group through Save the Redwoods League.

Twlya Weinberg, and her husband, David, established a grove after careful
consideration with Megan Derhammer, the League’s Major Gifts Officer of the Grove and Honor Tree Program.

Megan was marvelous, showing us all the groves,” Twyla said. “We went all the way to Prairie Creek (Redwoods State Park) and Navarro (River Redwoods State Park), and we settled on Purisima because we could visit more frequently.”

The couple dedicated the Harold and Nina Osborne Memorial Grove at Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve in summer 2008, in honor of Twyla’s parents.

“The grove has a little ledge and a beautiful creek,” Twyla said. “It’s a very peaceful, quiet place to reflect on nature, parents and everything. I often have picnics there with friends.”

Please Jennifer Verhines at (415) 820-5830 or jverhines@SaveTheRedwoods.org for further information about grove dedication or visit our main grove page.



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