Voters said #YesOn68 for Clean Water & Safe Parks

On June 5, Californians passed Proposition 68, the Clean Water and Safe Parks Act, authorizing $4.1 billion in support of our state’s water, parks, and natural resources. With Prop 68 passed, the League and our partners will be able to improve existing redwood parks and reserves, like the historically logged forests within Redwood National and State Parks, making them more accessible and more resilient to drought, wildfire, and flood.

League in the News


The Mercury News: Taller than Niagara Falls: Giant sequoia forest preserved in landmark conservation deal Redwood Times: 2018 declared the Year of the Redwoods Eureka Times-Standard: Redwoods Parks make pact with group to restore old growth in Humboldt, Del Norte Continued

New League Centennial Activities: Concerts, Major Exhibit


Concerts among the redwoods and a preview of the California Academy of Sciences’ amazing new exhibit are among the new, fun, and fascinating events celebrating redwoods and the League’s Centennial — and you’re invited! California Academy of Sciences’ Giants of Continued

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