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LEAGUE PURCHASE PROTECTS A CRUCIAL REDWOOD FOREST

A creek on the Andersonia West property in dappled light
Andersonia West contains hundreds of acres of old-growth coast redwoods and is a critical habitat corridor for imperiled species on the remote Lost Coast.

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PHOTO EVIDENCE THAT REDWOODS RISING IS REAL

A thinned stand of young coast redwood trees
A recently thinned stand in the Greater Prairie Creek project area, north of 101 and between Davison Road and the Newton Drury Parkway. It was thinned using cable-yarding technology, which is necessary on steep slopes for ground protection. You can see how the forest understory is still intact, and that the remaining trees vary in density and spatial arrangement.

See the latest progress on a historic partnership to restore more than 70,000 acres of previously logged redwood forests and their watersheds.

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ARE BARK BEETLES HARMING GIANT SEQUOIA?

Researcher climbing a giant sequoia tree
Anthony Ambrose of the University of California, Berkeley, installs beetle traps in the canopy of a giant sequoia. Photo by Linnea Hardlund.

New research follows reports of several dead monarchs with significant infestations.

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NEW VOICES REVEAL THE FOREST

Young Latinx leaders host videos produced by Latino Outdoors and Save the Redwoods League to offer virtual trips.

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