Now Online: Winter Bulletin ’16

IMG_9705_forrmIn our flagship newsletter, see how we’re going big to protect the largest remaining family-owned redwood forest. Learn about our new trail through Shady Dell, home of the amazing, candelabra-shaped redwoods. And read the latest on our plans for a new visitor center at Redwood National and State Parks. Your feedback is important: Tell us what you think of this newsletter in this short survey, and you’ll get a chance to win an exclusive redwoods 2016 calendar.

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Boy Scout Orchestrates Amazing Park Project


Not many high school sophomores can say they’ve orchestrated major infrastructure improvements on public land — but Joseph Haas can. At age 14, Joseph (now 15) spearheaded the installation of four sturdy new bridges at a California redwoods state park.

Find out how Joseph did it.

Redwoods Education Reaches Across Language Barriers


As I prepared to teach my first Redwoods and Climate Change lesson in the classroom, I was admittedly nervous. This class was composed entirely of English language learners. As the students shuffled into the classroom, took their seats and began reading the board, it was clear they were excited about the week’s lesson.

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