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Partners

Redwood National and State Parks partners working with the League to restore the Orick Mill site. Photo by Paolo Vescia.
Save the Redwoods League partners with conservation organizations, government agencies and private owners of land to secure the long-term health and survival of redwood forests.

The League has been protecting redwood lands for 100 years. We’re the only organization with the type of comprehensive approach needed to ensure that forests that take one thousand years to grow will be here for another thousand years. Learn more about we partner with various organizations and individuals to protect redwood forests.
 

Save the Redwoods League helped establish the California state parks system, including Humboldt Redwoods State Park (pictured). Photo by renedrivers, Flickr Creative Commons

Parks

Save the Redwoods League has maintained a close partnership with California State Parks since we helped establish the state parks system in 1927. We are now leading the effort to identify new approaches to protecting the resources in our state redwood parks while we continue our work with national and local parks.

 

CEMEX Redwoods

Conservation Organizations

We partner with many national, state and local conservation nonprofits.

 

The Cedars

Public Agencies

National, state and local public agencies collaborate with us.

 

Tamara Pabis, left, and Joyce Harris enjoy a day in the redwood forest. Harris is helping to protect the future of our redwood forests by naming the League in her estate plan.

Philanthropists

Generous individuals help us protect forests.

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