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The Mercury News: Weapon against global warming: California redwoods store more carbon than any other forests in the world, study finds
League research team reveals California redwoods store more carbon than any other forests in the world, and that these trees have never been more valuable.

Bay Nature: What’s Next for the Redwoods?
Story includes the League’s and partners’ innovative work to protect and restore San Vicente Redwoods.

Redwood National and State Parks celebrated the National Park Service’s centennial on the League’s Orick Mill Site:

The League sponsored this June 24, 2016, event:

Eureka Times-Standard: Headwaters Forest Reserve seeks ranch add-on
League purchases Westfall Ranch

Sacramento Bee: They’re the world’s tallest living things, and they’re all ours
League cited as a source for article

NBC Bay Area: Bennett Juniper: 4,000-Year-Old Wonder
League mentioned as the steward of this tree

Stories include League’s new Peter Douglas Coastal Trail in Shady Dell:

Monterey Herald: Big Sur parks get upgrades thanks to collaboration
League helps provide new infrastructure at Limekiln and Pfeiffer Big Sur state parks

New York Times: In Towering Redwoods, an Abundance of Tiny, Unseen Life
League supports lichen research



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Jays’ Appetite for Human Food Threatens Murrelets

A five-year study led by Elena West and Zachariah Peery from the University of Wisconsin, sponsored by Save the Redwoods League and other organizations, has proven that Steller’s jays’ appetite for human food is a major problem.

See the video and find out why.


Orick Mill Drone’s-Eye View of the Orick Mill Site

When you drive north on Highway 101, just past the small town of Orick, you will begin to marvel at the giant redwoods of Redwood National and State Parks. There is no sign letting you know you have arrived; you just slowly become shaded by the great canopies towering above you.