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Muir Woods RSVPs Start on Jan. 16

Congratulations to Muir Woods National Monument on its 110th anniversary January 9! This magnificent place near San Francisco is often where visitors from California and throughout the world see the coast redwood forest for the first time. Over a million tourists from across the globe stream into this treasured forest for a walk among its breathtaking redwoods each year. As you may have heard, starting on January 16, parking and shuttle reservations will be required.

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League in the News

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The Press Democrat: DNA mapping will include Sonoma County redwoods as hedge to climate change The Mercury News: Decoding California’s redwood trees to bolster future forests San Francisco Chronicle: Genetic probe of redwoods, giant sequoias is key to restoring forests … Continued


Add your voice to keep our beloved monuments intact, including the pictured Giant Sequoia National Monument. Photo by William Croft

Speak Up for Redwoods

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The League’s century of shaping public policy has protected California’s iconic coast redwood and giant sequoia forests for everyone to experience. At the start of our second century, Save the Redwoods League is counting on your voice to continue this work as public policies face change. Learn about two funding sources that need your vote and voice, and get an update on threats to our national monuments.

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