Outdoor leaders in the middle of a fairy ring in Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve. Photo: The Outbound Collective / Wondercamp

Our Outreach work is centered in cultivation of meaningful relationships with communities that have historically been marginalized or underrepresented in the redwoods. From indigenous tribes and rural redwood communities to girls and young people of color, we are committed to elevating and integrating these voices and interests into our programs at large.

Learn about some of our Outreach programs and projects below, and feel free to contact Leslie Parra, Outreach Program Manager, at lparra@SaveTheRedwoods.org with partnership ideas and opportunities.


League education grants help students discover the redwood forest through programs like Every Child Outdoors. Photo courtesy of Every Child Outdoors

Redwood Connect Grants

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Our Redwood Connect Grants are designed to foster equitable access to parks, meaningful and community-driven connections with nature, and a deeper understanding of the many different attributes and benefits of the redwood forest. We believe that visits to a redwood Continued




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