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Save the Redwoods League is applying for accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, which recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards. The Commission invites public input on pending applications. Comments must relate to how Save the Redwoods League complies with national quality standards (see the Commission’s Indicator Practices web page). You may submit your comments online, or via email, fax or mail. Visit the League’s Accountability web page for more information. We appreciate your participation!



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Summer Bulletin ’12 newsletter features the story of how you can help sustain state redwood parks on the closure list. You’ll also see a new section showing the impact of your League support and how your gifts to the League protect redwood forestland, clean water, wildlife, recreation and scenery. Tell us what you think of this edition in this short survey, and you’ll be entered in a drawing to win our exclusive 2013 redwoods calendar! Your responses will help us improve our publications. Thank you.


Arcata High School students measure tree height using a clinometer. Your support enabled them and others to explore forest stewardship careers. Photo by The Forest Foundation Future Stewards: Your Gifts Help Inspire Students to Care for Forest

Thanks to your support that enabled Save the Redwoods League to provide an education grant to our partner, The Forest Foundation (external link), the next generation of forest caretakers is taking root. Over two days, the Auburn-based foundation took 65 high school students from Humboldt County-area schools on a learning adventure called “Map It, Manage It, Sustain It.” Learn more about this program.