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Because of your gifts, the newly protected Berry Glen Trail Connection will continue to provide habitat for herds of Roosevelt elk, which tourists and photographers flock to see. Photo by Paolo Vescia
Because of your gifts, the newly protected Berry Glen Trail Connection will continue to provide habitat for herds of Roosevelt elk, which tourists and photographers flock to see. Photo by Paolo Vescia

Gifts from Save the Redwoods League members like you protected another key piece of the Prairie Creek Scenic Corridor: the Berry Glen Trail Connection surrounded by Redwood National Park. See how you can heal this magical corridor for iconic wildlife and create a welcoming gateway for visitors.

Learn more about the Berry Glen Trail Connection and the Prairie Creek Scenic Corridor.


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Sam Hodder, League President and CEO, explores the ancient redwoods at Big River-Mendocino Old-Growth Redwoods. Photo by Mike Shoys You Protected Rare Pygmy-Redwood Forest

Less than 1 mile from the Pacific Ocean and the town of Mendocino, a two-track dirt road leads into a rare example of two forest types contained in one magnificent location: a pygmy forest and an ancient redwood forest that faces logging and development. See how you can protect the Big River-Mendocino Old-Growth Redwoods.


Many of the most magnificent redwood parks and reserves you and generations of Americans have enjoyed, including Redwood National Park pictured above, have been partially funded by the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Photo by David Baselt, redwoodhikes.com Tell Congress You Support Conservation Fund

For 50 years, LWCF has provided critical funding for land and water conservation projects, outdoor recreation access and the continued preservation of our nation’s historic, cultural and iconic landmarks.