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Allendale Elementary School students created a watershed mural to educate their community.

Watershed Mural Inspires Student Learning and Creativity

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The League’s strives to integrate art into all of our environmental education programs. Art is such an important outlet for students to express what they learned in a creative way and to teach others about their experiences.

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Student Perspectives: Resplendent Redwoods

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In the woods and the mountains is a good place to begin
Where the giants sit and smile looking down with peaceful grins

A baby black-tailed deer and its mother cross the creek
Feeling moments like these is what makes my knees weak…

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"Lost Man Creek" by Spencer Finch. Photo by Inhabitat, Flickr Creative Commons

Experience Redwoods in Downtown Brooklyn

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For a limited time, a new art installation in Brooklyn offers New Yorkers another way to experience the scale of redwood trees. “Lost Man Creek” by Spencer Finch, an American artist who channels his impressions of the natural world into his art, recreated a living model of an important forested watershed in Redwood National Park.

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The redwood forest inspires the students in our Redwoods and Climate Change High School Program.

Redwood Haikus

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It is well known that the redwoods inspire people in many different ways. Some want to study how the trees and forest function; others hike beneath the branches for exercise, and still others paint and photograph these majestic beauties.

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Credit: Victoria, Bowne Munro Elementary, East Brunswick, New Jersey

‘Thank You’ to All the Kids Who Love Redwoods!

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I’m writing this post with two special events on my mind: the Save the Redwoods League art contest for kids, and Thanksgiving! The winners of the art contest will be announced tomorrow, November 15, and it seems apropos that the Continued