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Aerial view of Lost Coast Redwoods

Forever Forest: The Campaign for the Redwoods Raises $139 Million in Private Support to Protect California’s Coast Redwood and Giant Sequoia Forests

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Media Contact: Robin Carr, Landis Communications Phone: (415) 971-3991 | Email: redwoods@landispr.com Download the full press release Save the Redwoods League capital campaign ends and exceeds fundraising goal to safeguard forests, launch groundbreaking restoration initiatives and welcome diverse visitors to …

landscape vista of the rugged coastline, covered in a thick blanket of redwood trees.

It was a big year for redwoods

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Reflecting on the League’s big year in 2021 and forging ahead toward a brighter future for redwoods.

Podcast: I’ll Go If You Go

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Save the Redwoods League launched an outreach program in 2019 to cultivate meaningful and reciprocal relationships with communities that have historically been marginalized or underrepresented in the redwoods.

Narinda Heng

When I Think About Saving the Redwoods

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Though they have been part of this landscape for so long, I was surprised to come upon a redwood while walking in my new neighborhood a mile from Oakland Coliseum. I was too shy to press my back up against …

Under One Rock

Book reading: Under One Rock

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Join us as we dive into the mysterious world of what lives under a rock. From hundreds of ants, to slimy worms and black spiders to jumping grasshoppers, you can discover a lot if you just know the right place to look.

Scampers Thinks Like a Scientist

Book reading: Scampers Thinks Like a Scientist

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Anyone can be a scientist. All it takes is to make observations, ask some questions and create an experiment. After reading this book hopefully you are encouraged to think like a scientist as well.

Under One Rock

Lectura: Debajo de una piedra

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Únete a nosotros mientras nos sumergimos en el misterioso mundo de lo que vive debajo de una roca. Desde cientos de hormigas hasta gusanos viscosos y desde arañas negras hasta saltamontes saltarines, puedes descubrir muchas cosas si sabes donde buscar.

Scampers Thinks Like a Scientist

Lectura: Scampers piensa como un científico

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Todos y todas pueden ser científic@s. Todo lo que se necesita es hacer observaciones, hacer algunas preguntas y crear un experimento. Es de esperar que después de leer este libro también te animes a pensar como un científico.

Lectura: El árbol generoso

Lectura: El árbol generoso, de Shel Silverstein

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Durante generaciones, niños y niñas de todas las edades han disfrutado del libro de Shel Silverstein, “El árbol generoso”. Esta lectura fue elegida por ser una tierna y conmovedora historia que nos enseña muchas lecciones sobre nuestra conexión con los árboles.

Book Reading: The Giving Tree

Book reading: The Giving Tree, by Shel Silverstein

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For generations, kids of all ages have enjoyed Shel Silverstein’s book, “The Giving Tree.” Deborah chose this book specifically because it’s both fun and teaches a lot of great lessons about our relationship with the trees around us.

A male representative of Latino Outdoors stands before an interpretive trailhead sign depicting a map of Nadler Grove in Sierra National Forest.

VIDEO: A walk through the giant sequoia with Latino Outdoors

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In episode 3 of “Explore the Redwoods”, host André Sanchez leads us on a hike through the giant sequoias in Nadler Grove, nestled in Sierra National Forest. “Explore the Redwoods” is an online series produced in partnership with Latino Outdoors and Save the Redwoods League.

A woman wearing glasses holds up the book she is about to narrate.

Book reading: Redwoods, by Jason Chin

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Your kids will enjoy this great reading of Redwoods, by Jason Chin, narrated by Deborah Zierten, the League’s Education & Interpretation Manager.

Young woman paddling a redwood canoe on the river

Redwoods Are a Living Part of Yurok Culture

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More than just other humans and animals, we also care for the trees and the rivers, and that truth holds a really big place in my heart for nature.

The extraordinary Grove of Titans. Photo by Max Forster

The Power of Partnership Will Protect the Grove of Titans

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Discovered in 1998, the Grove of Titans is a stand of gargantuan coast redwoods immured deep in the lush Mill Creek watershed. Their discovery was a momentous occasion in the world of redwoods conservation and science, and soon led to concerns about visitor impacts.

Pacific Trillium

Calling all Redwood Volunteers

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As a science-based conservation organization we are always looking at the latest redwood research to help guide our efforts to protect, restore, and connect people to these magnificent forests. Our citizen science projects are one way we engage the general public in our work to get a better picture of what is happening in the redwoods.