California Park Organizations Invite You to Skip the Lines and Go Green on Black Friday

Grizzly Creek State Park. © 2010, California State Parks. Photo by Brian Baer
Grizzly Creek State Park.
© 2010, California State Parks.
Photo by Brian Baer
Save the Redwoods League, California State Parks and the California State Parks Foundation have collaborated to create #GreenFriday, a new Thanksgiving tradition that promotes the enjoyment and appreciation of California’s magnificent state parks. Thanks to the support of members and donors from Save the Redwoods League and the California State Park Foundation, more than 13,000 free vehicle day-use passes will be available to visitors for use at one of the 116 participating state parks. The passes will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis and cover day-use admission and parking fees. Learn more and get your pass today!

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Semi-Decadal Scientific Symposium Focuses on Iconic Coast Redwood Forest


Coast Redwood Science Symposium 2016, hosted by the University of California. The three-day symposium will include general session speakers, concurrent presentations, poster presentations, a reception, and field trip opportunities to view current issues in redwood forest management on California’s North Coast.

New major steps protect a redwood forest and a river, reconnect Native Americans to a sacred site, and set future public access


In February 2017, the League took major steps to further protect, restore and connect people to Stewarts Point.

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