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Going Big to Protect Mailliard Ranch

On the expansive Mailliard Ranch, old-growth redwoods and 28 miles of fish-bearing streams will be protected from development, with help from people like you. Photo by John Birchard
On the expansive Mailliard Ranch, old-growth redwoods and 28 miles of fish-bearing streams will be protected from development, with help from people like you. Photo by John Birchard
The effort is under way to safeguard spectacular Mailliard Ranch, the largest remaining redwood property still in family hands in the entire coast range. Save the Redwoods League is working to ensure permanent protection of this 14,898-acre landscape so that its splendid ancient forest, rivers and streams, and vast array of plants and wildlife continue to survive and thrive.

Learn about the transformative Mailliard Ranch project


Justin Faggioli, Board Chair, addresses attendees at the League's 2015 Annual Meeting.

Justin Faggioli Strategizes for a Leafy Future

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As the new Chair of the Save the Redwoods League Board of Directors, Justin Faggioli is using his leadership experience to ensure our redwood forests have a vibrant future.

Read about Faggioli and his plans.


Westfall Ranch’s 77 acres include a stunning second-growth redwood forest.

Westfall Ranch: Enhancing the Ancient Headwaters Forest

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In the scenic redwoods country near Eureka, California, lies Headwaters Forest Reserve. You might remember Headwaters as the subject of a very contentious, very public, decade-long struggle in the 1990s to protect ancient redwoods from continued logging. When you walk among its massive, moss-draped giants, it’s easy to see why so many people fought so hard for their preservation.


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