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Photo by footloosiety, Flickr Creative Commons
Photo by footloosiety, Flickr Creative Commons

With our members’ generous support, Save the Redwoods League achieved many successes in 2011, including purchase of the ancient Noyo River Redwoods and one of the last pieces of privately held land in Redwood National Park. You are at the heart of that success. Please renew your League membership or join today. You’ll enjoy the immense satisfaction of knowing that you’re helping to safeguard the redwoods, a world treasure. Thank you. Photo by footloosiety, Flickr Creative Commons

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.

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.

You’ve Supported Amazing Forests in 2011


You, our members, can be proud of all Save the Redwoods League has achieved in fiscal year 2011 thanks to your generosity: Read about how you helped protect towering ancient giants facing imminent harvest along the Noyo River (pictured). Learn how 100 of you planted seedings in memory of a conservation hero. And see how our Education Program inspired children across the nation to write to President Obama. It’s all in our 2011 annual report.

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