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This special area is for our Education Grant recipients, both past and present.

Kids from the Canal Child Care Center
Children from Canal Child Care Center explore redwoods in Marin County, thanks to a grant from Save the Redwoods League. On trips to a number of forests, participants used nets, binoculars, cameras, magnifying glasses and field guides to assist in examining their discoveries. Photo by Canal Care Center

Here, you’ll find valuable resources and learn about other education projects we’ve funded.

Past Grant Recipients and Projects

See a PDF of the past grant recipients with project descriptions by year.

To see a full list of all past education grant recipients, see our Current & Past Grantees page.


Final Report Requirements

All Save the Redwoods League Education Grant recipients are required to submit a final report, including a financial accounting for the project. Curriculum, photographs, original artwork, and other project products are also required.

Please submit your final grant report using the downloadable forms and guidelines below. The due date for your organization’s final report is listed on your grant agreement.

  • 2016 Final Report Form and Requirements—Redwood VisitPDF | Word
  • 2016 Final Report Form and Requirements—Forest ImmersionPDF | Word
  • Photo Release Forms (PDF): English | Spanish | Chinese

Email your final grant report and supplemental materials to: Education@SaveTheRedwoods.org

Or mail your final grant report (paper or CD) and supplemental materials to:

Education Program
Save the Redwoods League
111 Sutter Street, 11th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104


Teaching Resources

Teach students and the public about redwoods.


Learn More

Giving kids and adults the chance to learn about redwood forests will foster the next generation of caretakers who will value and support protecting redwood forests forever. Photo by Scott Catron

About Education Grants

 

Salmon Protection and Watershed Network helps students learn about the ecological relationships between healthy redwood forests and salmon populations in Marin County. Photo by Paola Bouley

Grants Application

 

The unique aspect of LandPath's program is the multiple visits the students make to the same sight, each visit with a slightly different focus. Students shared their feelings of being in the forest with phrases such as, "this place is beautiful", "I feel so happy here", and "these trees are amazing."

Current and Past Grantees

 

 

Questions? Please contact the Education and Interpretation Manager at Education@SaveTheRedwoods.org or (415) 362-2352.