Endria Richardson is a writer, lawyer, and climber living on Ohlone land in Oakland, California.
Narinda Heng is an artist and outdoor educator whose work engages the complexities of history, place, and identity.
Photo by Noyek Im.
Alice McClain is a freshman at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota and served as an extern for Save the Redwoods League. She is interested in conservation biology and history.
Shaandiin Cedar (she/her) is a Navajo Tribal member originally from Northern Arizona. She is a sustainability professional and a proud Native activist working to elevate and celebrate Native and Indigenous people in the outdoors. A NativesOutdoors ambassador, she is passionate about her Diné (Navajo) people and accelerating climate action in every facet of her work. She’s a published writer, a rock climber, and an outspoken advocate for justice work embedded into environmental, social, and economic issues.
Hawk Rosales is an Indigenous land defender of Ndéh ancestry who works for the InterTribal Sinkyone Wilderness Council.
Robert Van Pelt is a research Affiliate Professor at the University of Washington. An artist and global authority on champion trees, he specializes in quantitative ecology and is a researcher with the League’s Redwoods and Climate Change Initiative.
Kristy Hsiao is a League Councilor and Board of Directors member. She is interested in applying nature-based solutions toward climate change and public health.
Linnea Hardlund is a former field botanist, a wildland firefighter, and a fire ecologist. She is now the League's giant sequoia forest fellow. She is named after her great grandmother and Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus.
Juliet Grable is a writer based in Southern Oregon. Her work has been published in Sierra, Audubon, Earth Island Journal, and other national and regional publications.