New Nat Geo Site Spotlights 2 League Projects

Photo by Save the Redwoods League
Photo by Save the Redwoods League

Two Save the Redwoods League projects are featured on a new National Geographic Society Web site, the Global Action Atlas, which shows hundreds of local, cause-related projects from around the world to a large audience of concerned citizens. The site gives individuals opportunities to take action by donating, volunteering, advocating and sharing information. Become a fan of the projects and leave comments!


Experts Share Latest on Redwoods, Climate Change

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The weight of salamanders in the redwood ecosystem is greater than that of all other vertebrates collectively because there are so many of the amphibians! Predicted drier forest conditions may threaten amphibian species, said David Wake, Professor of Integrative Biology at the University of California, Berkeley. Wake and other scientists discussed the impact of climate change on redwood ecosystems at a recent Save the Redwoods League-sponsored symposium. Learn more about the 2012 research grant projects.

Transfer Helps Protect Some of Earth’s Tallest 10 Trees

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The Tall Trees Grove (pictured) in Redwood National Park gained more protection after Save the Redwoods League recently facilitated the donation of a 120-acre buffer property from private landowners to the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

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