On 175 acres, old-growth stands will be protected along the Gualala River where restoration work can accelerate development of ancient forest features. Photo by Mike Shoys

Generous gifts from generations of members have enabled Save the Redwoods League to make extraordinary progress in our mission to protect and restore the redwood forest, and to connect people to the peace and beauty of the redwoods.

The impact of your support

Over the last century, the League has protected more than 200,000 acres of redwood forests and helped create 66 redwood parks and reserves. We have pioneered science-based forest-restoration work, and we have touched the lives of millions of people by connecting them to these wonders of nature.

2019-20 Key Achievements

Map of Save the Redwoods League Achievements 2020
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Alder Creek Property  
The largest private ancient giant sequoia forest 

Freshwater Ridge  
An extraordinary future addition to Redwood National Park 


Redwoods Rising 
Work began on the ground to restore historically logged forests in Redwood National and State Parks at an unprecedented pace and scale 


Forests From the Coast to the Sierra 
Prescribed burns and thinning prevent severe wildfires and make our forests more resilient 


More Inclusive Park Experiences 
Expanded staff, conducted research, engaged underrepresented communities 


Construction at the Grove of Titans  
An elevated walkway will provide safe visitor access to this ancient grove in Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park

Annual Report

You can read the complete 2019-20 Annual Report online.

Save the Redwoods League marked historic accomplishments in realizing our ambitious 100-year vision of accelerating the pace and scale of land conservation in redwood forests, healing historically logged forests for future generations, and connecting people to the peace and beauty of California redwoods through world-class parks.

These conservation achievements wouldn’t have been possible without your contributions, which allowed us to seize historic land acquisition opportunities, launch an unprecedented forest restoration initiative, and invest in the redwood parks that inspire and sustain us.

See a full list of our recently completed projects.