Get your free Yes on 21 buttons to show your support for Proposition 21, the ballot measure to ensure adequate, stable funding to keep California redwood and other state parks open. Californians, if you’re voting early in the November 2 general election, please vote yes for Prop 21. Non-Californians, if you have friends and relatives in California, tell them to vote for the measure. If you’re not a member already, join the Save the Redwoods League Facebook and Flickr groups and show us how you’re using Prop 21 decals, signs or buttons you received from us! Other ways to show your support: Enter the Yes on 21 for State Parks Video Contest for a chance to win $5,000. Send a free Yes for State Parks e-card.
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Get Free Prop 21 Decals, Yard Signs
Californians, show your support for Proposition 21, the ballot measure to ensure adequate, stable funding to keep California redwood and other state parks open. Get your free “Yes on 21” window decals and yard signs. Thousands of acres of redwoods live in California state parks and reserves created with the support of generations of League members. Leave a legacy for future generations: Please vote for Prop 21 on November 2. Non-Californians, if you have friends and relatives in California, tell them to vote for the measure. Learn more.
What Would Make California State Parks Excellent?
If you didn’t participate in last year’s survey about California state parks, share your vision of an excellent California state parks system today. As you may know, results from last year’s survey are summarized in a new report by Save the Redwoods League and California State Parks Foundation, A Vision for Excellence for California’s State Parks, which calls for a new approach to maintain, protect and improve state parks. Against the backdrop of lawmakers’ consideration of $22 million in proposed cuts and sweeping systemwide closures to California’s state parks, the report is especially timely. Learn more about the report.