The impact of your support
Over the last century, the League has protected more than 220,000 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.
You can view our interactive 2022-23 Annual Report.
In our 2022-23 fiscal year, Save the Redwoods League ramped up protection of redwood land, restored young and burned forests across their natural ranges, and connected new generations to the wonders of nature through transformational outdoor experiences.
Our conservation achievements were possible with the generous contributions of our members and supporters. Their support enabled …
- crucial land acquisitions
- the setting of a new bar for collaborative redwoods restoration
- the substantial increase in wildfire resilience throughout the giant sequoia range
- a celebration of California’s unrivaled state park system
- the opening of new trails and exhibits in redwood forests.
See a full list of our recently completed projects.